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Table Of Contents 

Faculty 5 

Seniors 9 

Juniors 39 




lomores 46 

Freshman 52 

Academics 58 

Student Life 62 

Organizations 70 

Sports 88 



Ads 



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Faculty 




Absolute Power 




Joseph Bialy 
Principal 



Jackie Varin 
Secretary 



School Committee Row 1: Roger Reopel, Scott Lazo, 
Jo Anne Austin. Row 2: Athas Tsongalis, Leo Amodeo, 
Nancy Oltza, Jeanne Turner, Faye Sweeney. 



The Faculty 



Dennis Desroches 
Vice-Prncipal 





Deanna Alicea 
Secretary Student 



Dianne Allard 
Business 



Adrianna Anderson 
Bilingial Director 



Mary Anne Anderson 
Mathematics 



Raymond Belanger 
Tech Ed 




Diana Fradera 
Bilingual 



Carmen Garieri 
English 

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Lorraine Gately 
Physical Education 



Martha Girouard 
Half-time Stud. Services 



Walter Gosk 
Social Studies 




6 Michael Hooker 
Physical Education 



Linda Jowett 
Social Studies 



Joyce Jugovic 
Mathematics 



Pauline Julian 
Library 



Donna Kingman 
Special Education 




Lillian Lind 
Bilingual 



Patrick Loconto 
Spanish 



Deborah Loftus 
Family Living 



Aida Mateo 
Tech Ed. Associate 



John Munson 
Special Education 



Ann O'Connell 
Guidance Counselor 



Judy Payeur 
Library 



Scott Phipps 
Business 



Janet Poirier 
English 



Judy Prisco 
English 



Severina Rios 
Spanish 



Idalia Rivera 
Bilingual Associate 





Jackie Russell 
Mathematics 



Mariet Santiago 
Bilingual Associate 



Charlie Schiller 
System Specialist 



Bob Scott 
Food Service Director 



Rene Morrissette 
English 




Maureen Piccarelli 
Science 




William Rucki 
Social Studies 




Rick Silver 
Social Studies 



Donna Silverberg 
Art 



Nancy Swiacki 
English 



Steve Warden 
Special Ed 



Kathleen Simonelli 
Art 



Diane Snyder 
Science 



John Soldani 
Graphics 



Sylvia Tashjian 
Mathematics 



Al Thomas 
Science 



Eleanor Tremblay 
Science 



Paula Wilmot 
Mathematics 



Steve Winters 
Special Education 



David Yacavace 
English 



Denise Staffieri 
Spanish 




Roland Varin 
Social Studies 




Margaret Yacavace 
English 







We, the last class of the 1900' s, swept into Southbridge High still wet behind our ears. We were so unknowing, 
as were our advisors, Ms. Colwell and Mr. Lehner as it was their first year too. Our first task was to elect class offi- 
cers and begin weekly meetings. The class wisely elected Mary, Namone, Stephen and Janet to lead us through 
the first year too. We were informed of the Thanksgiving celebration and immediately began working on our 
theme, poster, and skit. Who could ever forget the Brady Bowl. We knew after that, that singing should be kept 
to a minimum in our skits. We were delighted to take 3rd place for our poster. Quite an accomplishment for fresh- 
men! 

We finished our first year learning how things worked here at SHS and conducted several successful fund rais- 
ers without knowing what we needed the money for. In the spring, we designed and sold our own Spring Day T- 
Shirts, only to be unable to use them despite the great protest revolution precisely at 10:00 am. We finished the 
year by electing new class officers. We chose Butthead, Justin, Kaitlyn and Erin as our second year leaders. 

Our sophomore year was to be a turning point in our time here at SHS. We were quickly becoming a class known 
for style and unity as we organized to celebrate Halloween and Thanksgiving. We won the first ever penny war"; 
competition. This year, we placed first in the skit competition, with a little help from the classes of 97 and 98 who 
were disqualified for inappropriate themes andbehavior. Being held to the high standards our advisors demand- 
ed of us, we learned we could be successful, and have class. We experienced our first concession sales by selling 
food and drink at home basketball games, and developed and sold the very popular "En fuego" tee-shirts. In the 
spring, we had our first car wash and made Mr. Lehner personally responsible for the bucket and the hose! After 
all, who else could be entrusted? There was so much water and suds, even some of the customers got wet. 

We booked Mechanics Hall for next years prom and started making plans for our junior year with the election 
of new class officers. Who could forget Rico being swept into office with the now infamous "Master debater" 
speech! J 

Our only sad note this year was the departure of our beloved Ms. Colwell. We sent her to Wachusett wi th a very 
sad and emotional "good bye" surprise party in room 203. We all loved her very much and knew we would miss 
her. 

We started our Junior year under the leadership of Gordon, Butthead, Namone and Rico. Our first task was the 
Halloween class competition. Once again, we blew away all competitors in the penny wars with over 130 pounds 
of pennies. Anew event this year was Hall Wars. We were assigned the office hallway and spent an entire evening 
decorating it to such a degree that we scared our selves. We easily won first place which set the stage for Thanks- 
giving. Our theme this year for the poster and skit was "the Goonies." This year our skit won first place, and we 
bought the most feathers thus making our sole advisor, Mr. Lehner, the Turkey Advisor. But we already knew 
that! By this time we were finished with the football concessions where our class cooked and served all the food 
and then split the money with the seniors who were less than present. After several more successful fund raisers 
we approached Winter Carnival. We were delighted to welcome a new member of the class, Murphina Easy, who 
easily won the Miss Snowflake contest for us! On to the Prom, "Enchantment Under the Sea," where we orga- 
nized a wonderful evening dedicated to the seniors at Mechanics Hall. After a successful Class Day, Prom, and 
Graduation hosted by our class, we bid the Class of 98 farewell as we officially took charge as the owners of the 
school. Something all other classes already unofficially knew! 

Senior Year! Under the leadership of Butthead, Namone, Sophy and Rico, we began this year with a great feel- 
ing of unity as a class than ever before. More than half of us joined our advisor, Mr. Lehner, in the senior experi- 
ence by taking Physics. Here, it was possible to keep informed of all the pending plans. We quickly decided that 
we should have a very special class trip and decided that the best of the best go to Disney's Grad Nite, so plans 
were made to attend. About seventy percent of the class participated in an all night celebration in Magic King- 
dom and then two more days at Disney's parks. There wasn't much sleep, but there was a whole lot of fun and 
food. 

The traditional Halloween celebration brought strong competition from the new freshmen in the penny wars. 
Of course, they really had no idea who they were dealing with as we again won for the third consecutive time 
since its inception. With a record 252 pounds in the bucket and at least 100 in reserve in the stands, we easily 
defeated all other classes. We alone had almost as many pennies as all other classes combined. We again won the 
hall wars, proving that the other classes did not, indeed, have any idea who they were dealing with. 

We continued to lead the school in every event and had a clen sweep of all competitions during the Thanks- 
giving rally and again confirmed Mr. Lehner as the Turkey Advisor. We sent him home with four trophies for his 
mantle as we completed our fourth year with clean and honest fun. We became the first senior class in along time 
to take the "high road" for our skit and easily won despite having microphone trouble. Who will ever forget the 
newspaper reading when other skits became lame? 



Lo ok Who's Talking 



Ivelesse Aponte 

NICKNAMES: Ive 

GOALS: To attend college right after high 

school and be successful and happy in 

life. 



Edwin Beauchamp 

NICKNAMES: Eddie, Ralphy, Hershey, 
Ed 

ACTIVITIES: V Football 9-12; V Basket- 
ball 9-11, Captain 12; Select Chorus 9-12; 
Vocal Jazz 9-12; Lyrics 10-11. 
GOALS: Love, happiness and successs. 



Peter Billis 

NICKNAMES: Pete, Peetah, Zorber, Big 
Pete 

ACTIVITIES: V Football 9-11, Captain 
12. 

GOALS: Go to college, have fun, get a 
good job, make a lot of money, get mar- 
ried, have some kids, and be happy and 
healthy. 



Miguel Cepeda 

NICKNAMES: Miggi, Migg, Fred, god 
ACTIVITIES: Football 9-1 1; Yearbook 1 1 - 
12; KungFu 10-11. 

GOALS: To rule the world with an Army 
of iron toasters with my number 1 (Jar) at 
my side. 



Mary Bounphasaysonh 

NICKNAMES: Mok, Mokie, Marc, Bou, 
Bouph, Bouphy, "B", Bounphason, Boing 
ACTIVITIES: JV/V Basketball 9-12; JV/ 
V Field Hockey 9-10; Tennis 9-12; Stu- 
dent Leader 10, Secretary 11-12; UNITY 
9-10; Peer Mediator 9-12; Class President 
9; Student Council 9. 
GOALS: To overcome adversity and con- 
quer every challenge life offers. To be 
successfully happy and never look back. 





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Samantha Baker 

ACTIVITIES: Band 9-12; Jazz Band A 11- 
12; Jazz Band B 9-12; Percussion Ensemble 
9; Peer Leader 9-12; Student Council 9- 
10, Historian 11-12; NHS 11-12; Math 
Team 9-12; JV Softball 9; Writer's Club 9- 
12; UNITY 9-10. 

GOALS: To go to college and become 
successful. To follow my dreams and have 
a happy life. 



Lynda Anne Benvenuti 

NICKNAMES: Lyn, Lyndor, Linner, 
Lynny, Lynnathen, Earthy, Yolande 
ACTIVITIES: Band 9-1 2; Jazz Band 11-12; 
Student Leader 11-12; Peer Leader 10-12; 
Cross Country 12.. 

GOALS: To marry Mike Howard, make 
lots of money, find a cure for AIDS, keep 
on smilin', never back down from what I 
believe in. To live each day to the fullest, 
and to always do what makes me happy! 



Joshua N. Blanchette 

NICKNAMES: Josh, Chet, Chetto 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 9-12; Select Chorus 
9-12; Vocal Jazz 11-12; Lyrics 11-12; JV 
Football 9; V Football 10-11, Captain 12; 
JV Baseball 9, Captain 10; V Baseball 11- 
12. 

GOALS: Go to college and get a good 
education so I can have a successful life. 



Kathy Bounphasaysonh 

NICKNAMES: Ket, Piggy 
ACTIVITIES: Student Leader 10-12; Field 
Hockey 9-10; JV Basketball 10. 
GOALS: To live a long prosperous life 
with no regrets. Be successful and happy 
and make lots and lots of money!! 




Erin Brown 

NICKNAMES: Muffy, George, Auntie M 
ACTIVITIES: Library Aide 9,12; Year- 
book 10. 

GOALS: To graduate high school, maybe 
go to college, marry my boyfriend and 
have two children. 




Kerry Brown 



NICKNAMES: Ker Bear, Ker, Bear 
ACTIVITIES: Library Aide 9-10,12; Year- 
book 10-11. 

GOALS: To succeed in everything I do 
and get married and have four kids. 



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Lori Chase 



: NICKNAMES: Lors 

| ACTIVITIES: Varsity Cheerleader 9-11, 
Captain 12; Select Chorus 10-11; Chorus 

| 9-12; Peer Leader 10-12; Prom Commit- 
tee 11. 

GOALS: To achieve my one goal in life - 
to become a lawyer. I hope that my life 
leads me in a positive direction. 




Amy Carpentier 

NICKNAMES: Carp 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 9-11, Captain 

12; Basketball 9-12; Softball 9-11, Captain 

12; Band 9-12; Chorus 9; Student Leader 

9-11 Vice President 12; Skit Committee; 

Prom Committee. 

GOALS: To go to college, get a job, and 

have a happy and healthy family. 



Ryan Choquet 

NICKNAMES: Chokey 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 9; Baseball lu- 
ll; Chorus 10-12; Select Chorus 12. 
GOALS: To go as far as I can without 
messing it up. 




Zuleyka Collazo 

NICKNAMES: Zuly 

GOALS: I plan to study accounting so I 

can get a job as a bank teller. 




Justin Cournoyer 

NICKNAMES: Justino, Justi, Putsi, Jon 
ACTIVITIES: V Soccer 9-10, Captain 11- 
12; Basketball 9-12; Tennis 9-12; Class 
Vice President 10; Student Council Trea- 
surer 11-12; NHS 11-12; Chorus 9-12. 
GOALS: To be successful and happy in 
everything I do and live life to its fullest. 



Jenny Lisbeth Cruz 

NICKNAMES: Jen 

GOALS: I plan to take a course in com- 
puters and get a job that relates to the 
same field. 






Jonathan Cournoyer 

NICKNAMES: Juanfer, Jon, Juan-Dogg, 
Justin 

ACTIVITIES: V Soccer 9-10, Captain 11- 
12; JV Basketball 9; V Basketball 10-12; 
Tennis 9-12; Student Council 10, Trea- 
surer 11, Vice President 12; NHS 11-12; 
Choral Council 10, Public Relations 11- 
12. 

GOALS: To become successfull yet still 
happy. Get married, settle down and feel 
a sense of accomplishment. 

Patrick N. Couture 

ACTIVITIES: Pai Lum Kung Fu 9-1 2; NHS 
11, Vice President 12; Writer's Club 10- 
12; Varsity Math Team 10-12; Freshmen 
Math Team 9; Concert Chorus 9; Year- 
book 12. 

GOALS: To merely live and die one with 
the universe. 



Emily Davis 

NICKNAMES: Em, Honey, Emmalu, 
Emy, Davis, ED 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 9-12; Yearbook 9- 
12; UNITY 9; Project Pride 9-10. 
GOALS: To say good riddence to my 
class except for the elite few. Go to col- 
lege, have fun, party, and become the 
best person I can in the future. 





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Seniors 



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Wilfredo Diaz 

NICKNAMES: Wilfre, Will, Willy 
GOALS: Go to college and be successful 
in whatever I decide to do. Have a happy 
life and always stay close to all my family 
members. Besides that, party, chill, and 
have fun with all my friends. Good luck 
to all seniors and peace to the class of 
"99". 



Jamie Dupuis 

NICKNAMES: Thumper, Chester, Jame, 
Jamo, Dupuis 

ACTIVITIES: JV Football 10- 11; V Foot- 
ball 12; JV Baseball 10-11. 
GOALS: To go to college and have fun. 
Come back with a diploma and have a 
long and happy life. 



Leslie Ferguson 

NICKNAMES: Ferg, Delores, Queen F, 
Leslian 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 9-11, Captain 
12; Softball 9-10; Student Council 9-10; 
Peer Leader 10-12; NHS 11-12. 
GOALS: To lickedy split until I find a 
place of ubiquity, look at the world in- 
side-out, always laugh, and never worry. 



Brandon Fitzgibbons 

NICKNAMES: Fitzy, Brando, B 

ACTIVITIES: Football 9-10; Schhol Bank 

11. 

GOALS: To make something of my life 

and to live it to the fullest. 



Justin Guzman 

NICKNAMES: Jay, Justino 
GOALS: To someday become a success- 
ful entertainer of some kind and be rich 
and famous. 




Kristie Dreyer 




NICKNAMES: Kiki, Kris, Mayve 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 9,11. 
GOALS: To do anything with Mythology 
for a career. To have two children. 








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Jared Espino 

NICKNAMES: Jarhead, Jerry, Jahead 
ACTIVITIES: JV Soccer 9-10; Select Cho- 
rus 10-12; Skit Committee 9-10. 
GOALS: To go to college, become presi- 
dent with Jimmy. Live a happy and pros- 
perous life with a wife, my dogs and a 
monkey. 



Berlinda Fernandez 

NICKNMAES: B, Bea 
ACTIVITIES: Math Team 10-12; Writer's 
Club 12; Yearbook 12; NHS 10-12. 
GOALS: To be a successful doctor and 
business woman, get married and have a 
happy family. To be queen of the uni- 
verse. 



Amanda Garrand 

NICKNAMES: Buffy, Garranda bear, 
Garrand, Mandi, Monda, Juno 
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 9; Field Hockey 
9; Softball 11-12; Octagon Club 11-12. 
GOALS: To go to college and be success- 
ful. Stay in touch with a few selected 
friends. To live life to the fullest because 
you only get one. 








Zeb Jolin 




Namone Khamphavong 

NICKNAMES: Mony, Mon, Namonion, 
Namoner, Trini 

ACTIVITIES: JV Basketball 9; JV Field 
Hockey 9; V Field Hockey 10-12; Tennis 
9-12; Student Leader 9-12; Student Coun- 
Icil 9-11, Historian 12; Class VP 9,12; Class 
jSecretary 11; NHS 11-12; Alliance 11-12. 
'GOALS: To graduate from college. Be 
jvery successsful in whatever I do. One 
:day become an actress and live a long, 
healthy life. 

Peter J. Langevin 

NICKNAMES: Pete, PJ, Pedro, Pierre 
ACTIVITIES: Band 9-1 0, Drum Major 1 1 - 
12; Select Chorus 9-12; Lyrics 9,12; Stu- 
dent Council 9-12; NHS 11, President 12; 
Central District Chorus 9-11; All State 
Chorus 11. 

GOALS: To do well in college, to be suc- 
cessful in life, to keep in touch with all my 
friends, and to make a difference! 



Stephaine Lewis 

NICKNAMES: Strat, Hep 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 9-10,12; Tennis 
,9,11-12. 

GOALS: To live a long, healthy life with 
knowledge that I have helped many 
people throughout my career as a sur- 
geon. 






Dawn Lachapelle 




Erin Learned 

NICKNAMES: Erin the Smack 
ACTIVITIES: V Basketball 9-10; Cheer- 
ing 9-10; V Football Cheering 9; Boys 
Soccer 1 0; Girls Soccer 1 2; Freshman Math 
Team 9; Varsity Math Team 10-12; Stu- 
dent Council 10; Class Treasurer 10. 
GOALS: To own a chain of night clubs 
around the world, and be a millionaire. 
Have as much fun with any means pos- 
sible. 



Lauren MacGillivray 

NICKNAMES: MacGillivray 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 9; Select Chorus 10- 
12; JV Basketball 9; V Basketball 10-12; JV 
Field Hockey 10; V Field Hocky 11-12; JV 
Softball 9-10; V Softball 11-12; NHS 11, 
Parlimentarian 12. 

GOALS: To go to college, graduate, then 
get a good job that I enjoy and live a full 
and happy life. 




Tammy Lee Malloy 

NICKNAMES: Tarns, Pebs, Malloy 
ACTIVITIES; Chorus 9-1 2; Select Chorus 
10-12; Lyrics 11; Peer Mediation 10-12; 
Peer Leader 10-12. 

GOALS: After graduation, I would like 
to go to college, become successful, live 
life to its fullest extent and have fun do- 
ing it all! Eventually get married and 
ihave kids. 




Jessica Martinez 



NICKNAMES: Jesy 

GOALS: Graduate and go to college for 

something realted in Medical Arts. 




Eric Matta 

.NICKNMAES: Rico, Perv, Master De- 
bater 

I ACTIVITIES: Student Council 11-12; 
Class of '99Treasurerll-12;Choral Coun- 
cil Treasurer 12. 

GOALS: To become rich, stay healthy 
and to marry a loving wife. 




Matthew McClelland 

NICKNAMES: Prince, Albert, Al, Cue, 

Mac 

GOALS: To be happy, successful and live 

life to the fullest. 




Seniors • 13 



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Yanitza Morales 

NICKNAMES: Yany, Iza, Prieta 
GOALS: Graduate from high school, go 
to college and become a doctor, marry a 



Ryan Murphy 



NICKNAMES: Murph, Father Murphy, 

Quincy, Pitufo 

ACTIVITIES: Football 10-12; Baseball 9- 

12; Chorus 10-12; Choral Council 10-11; 

Basketball 9. 

GOALS: To go to college, get a good job 

so I can make a lot of money to buy a nice 

house, car, and wife. 





Alisa J. Muniz 

NICKNAMES: Morning Glory, Isabella, 
Spot, Monica, Amlika, Alic, Elvira, Alyssa 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 9-12; Select Chorus 
10-12;Chorale 9-12; Lyrics 10-11; Writer's 
Club 9, Editor 10-12; UNITY 9-10. 
GOALS: To show everyone who never 
believed in me that I could make it in this 
world. To have at least two of my musi- 
cals running on Broadway and the rest of 
the world. 



Miles Nozzolillo 




Jonathan Parent 

NICKNAMES: JP, Johnny, Jonnie P 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1 1,12; Stu- 
dent Advisory Committee 11,12; Gov- 
ernment Day 11. 

GOALS: To go to college and finally "act 
crazy" like everyone thinks will happen. 
To live in a big city and be in a loving 
relationship for all my life. 




Jonathan Payeur 

NICKNAMES: Jon, Genre, Payeur 
ACTIVITIES: Freshman Basketball 9; 
FootballlO; Baseball 9-12;Freshman Math 
Team 9; Band 9-11; NHS 11-12; Pioneer 
Octagon Club 11, President 12.. 
GOALS: To be successful in everything 
that I do. To achieve the goals that I have 
set and to reach new ones as they come. 




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Cristina Pentiuc 

GOALS: See as much of the world as I 
can, get to live until I know I'm fulfilled 
with all I did, never stop questioning. 



Jesse Plouffe 



NICKNAMES: Gunner, Gunboy 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 9-11, Captain 12; 
Basketball 9-12; Student Council 9-12; 
NHS 11-12. 

GOALS: To graduate college, and live a 
long, happy and healthy life. To get a job 
and be successful. 






Allison Pickren 

NICKNAMES: Ally, Al, Pick, McBeal 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 9,11; Girls 
Soccer 12; Band 9-12; Jazz Band A 11; 
Districts 11-12; Student Leader 10-12; 
Basketball Statistician 11-12. 
GOALS: To live in a happy home in the 
wilderness and mountains abroad. Use 
the high altitude cooking instructions. I 
never want to find myself unhappy so I'll 
always be smiling, laughing and dream- 
ing. 



Toby Power 



NICKNAMES: Beef, All American, 

BigDogg, Super Star 

ACTIVITIES: Varsity Football 9-12; Golf 

9-12; Skit Committee 9-12. 

GOALS: To live a successful life. To go to 

college and become a cop. To fulfill all 

my dreams that I have. 




fessica Powers 




Jennifer Renaud 

NICKNAMES: Jen, Jerat, Jenny 
ACTIVITIES: Concert Chorus 9-11; Se- 
lect Chorus 10-1 1; Lyrics 9-12; Vocal Jazz 
9-11; Choral 9-10. 

GOALS: To graduate, go to college, be- 
come a nurse or do something with com- 
puters, and be happy. 




David Noel Rios 

NICKNAMES: Bollo, Polio, Dave 
(ACTIVITIES: JV Soccer 9; Tennis 9-10, 
Captain 11-12; Student Council 11-12; 
Select Chorus 9-12; Vocal Jazz 9-12; Lyr- 
1 cs 10-12; Choral Council 9-10, Treasurer 
[1 1, President 12; Skit Committee 9-12; Ski 
hub 9-12. 

;30ALS: To be the most successful busi- 
nessman that ever lived. (That's right Bill 
pates.) To make "David Rios" a house- 
hold name. 




Mariela Rivera 





fanet Rizner 

!NICKNAMES:JJan,Jannee,RanetJizner 
ACTIVITIES: Pioneer Mascot 11; Class 
^Treasurer 9; Skit Committee 9-12; Band 
IR-11; Prom Committee 12; Poster Com- 
imittee 9-12. 

iGOALS: To be happy and successful in 
all that I do. 





Angel J. Rodriguez 

NICKNAMES: Javy 

ACTIVITIES: Varsity Basketball 9-11, 
Captain 12; Varsity Soccer 9,12; National 
Guard 11-12. 

GOALS: Go to college, become an Air- 
borne Ranger, and have a happy and 
successful life. 




Sophy J. Rodriguez 

NICKNAMES: Nana 
ACTIVITIES: Varsity Cheerleader 9-11, 
j Captain 12; Student Council Secretary 9, 
Treasurer 10, Activities Co-ordinator 11- 
12; Choral Council Historian 9-10, Trea- 
surer 11, Vice President 12; Select Chorus 
I Vocal Jazz; Lyrics; Student Leader 9-10, 
[Treasurer 11-12; NHS 11, Treasurer 12. 
'GOALS: To establish a career that I enjoy 
'and to live my life to the fullest. 




Kristen Sabatinelli 

NICKNAMES: Kris, Krissy, George, 
Hooty, Doug, Foxy Brown 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 9-10; Select Chorus 
11-12. 

GOALS: To finally graduate. To be suc- 
cessful in whatever I do and to always 
keep in touch with my friends. 




Anousak Savankham 

'NICKNAMES: Sac, Joshua, Burn, Chino 
[ACTIVITIES: Soccer 9-12; Basketball 10; 
Chorus 9-12. 

GOALS: Happiness, success, wealth, and 
a happy family. 




Jose Luis Soto 



NICKNAMES: Luis, Pepin, "Dogg 
Child", "D-god" 

ACTIVITIES: Football Videographer 12; 
Student Council 10-12; Tennis 1 0-1 2; Var- 
sity Math Team 10-12; Yearbook 12; Skit 
Committee 11-12. 

GOALS: To open a small night club. Get 
rich. Marry the love of my life and have a 
happy family. Live to be 80, look back at 
high school and laugh. 




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Mileidy Soto 

NICKNAMES: Milly, Mona, Dandy, 
Blondie, Mileidita, My-Lady 
ACTIVITIES: Select Chorus 9-12; Lyrics 
10-11; Choral Council 11, Historian 12; 
Student Leader 11-12; Prom Committee 
11. 

GOLAS: Achieve all my dreams and en- 
joy all that life has to offer. Never forget 
those who were there for me through 
good and bad and always keep in touch 
with my friends. 

Kaitlyn Rae Spinelli 

NICKNAMES: Kate, Katie, Kates, Spin- 
ner 

ACTIVITIES:Class Secretary 10; Concert 
Band 9-12; Marching Band 9-12; Clarinet 
Choir 11-12; Yearbook 9, Co-Editor 10- 
1 1 , Editor 1 2; UNITY 9, Secretary 1 0; Math 
Team 9; NHS 11, Secretary 12. 
GOALS: To be happy and successful. To 
fly around the world with my personal 
pilot Robert. To always remember my 
friends. 

Stephen Staffieri 

NICKNAMES: Steve, Etienne 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 9, Secre- 
tary 10-11, President 12; NHS 11-12; Se- 
lect Chorus 9-12; Vocal Jazz 9-12; Concert 
Band 9-11; Ski Club 11-12; Basketball 
Statistician 9-12; Yearbook 9-10; Class Sec- 
retary 9; Skit Committee 9-12. 
GOALS: To live a long, happy, and suc- 
cessful life. 



Nilsa Suarez 

NICKNAMES: Nilsita 
GOALS: I plan to go to college to study 
computers and find a good job as a secre- 
tary. 



Adam Travinski 

NICKNAMES: Lodi, Lloyd, Harry, Lode, 

Tre 

ACTIVITIES: Football 9-12; Basketball 9- 

11, Captain 12; Tennis 9-10, Captainll- 

12; Student Council 9-12; Select Chorus 

9-12. 

GOALS: To go to college, have fun, get a 

job and live a happy and successful life 

with lots of money. 









Jessica Southard 

NICKNAMES: Jess, Jessie, Buttons 
ACTIVITIES: JV field Hockey 9; V Field 
Hockey 10-12; Tennis 9; Concert Chorus 
9-11; Prom Committee 11; Skit Commit- 
tee 9-12. 

GOALS: To go to college, live a happy 
and successful life, and never forget my 
friends. 



Matthew Staffieri 

NICKNAMES: Butthead, Matt, Doctor, 
Butt Butt Face, Killer 
ACTIVITIES: JV Basketball 9-10; V Bas- 
ketball 11-12; Football 9-11; Class Presi- 
dent 10,12; Student Council 12; Lyrics 9- 
10; Select Chorus 10-12; Concert Chorus 
9. 

GOALS: To never quit and to always 
strive in whatever I do in life. 



Joshua M. Stevens 

NICKNAMES: "Spanky", Rider, Josh, 
Italion Stallion 

ACTIVITIES: Football 9-12; Freshmen 
Basketball 9; Baseball 9-12; Skit Commit- 
tee 9-12; Student Council 11. 
GOALS: Go to college, have a great time 
and be successful in whatever I do. Find 
myself a beautiful wife and have a great 
family! 



Julie Terrill 

NICKNMAES: Sunshine, Jewls 
GOALS: To graduate college, get mar- 
ried, have two kids and move away from 
Southbridge. 







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Namone Khamphavong, Secretary Sophy Rodriguez, 
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Ryan Murphy 



Yanitza Morales 



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C A total collapse of the Russian ruble sends world markets into ( 
Boris Yeltsin asks Viktor Chernomyrdin to head the governing 
help restore political and economic stability. 





1 A discotheque fire in Goteborg, Sweden, kill;;- 
' 67 teens and injures several more, making i 

the deadliest fire in modern Swedish history; 

Arson is the suspected cause of the October 



C After a U.N. drug summit in which 
150 countries endorse an anti-drug 
campaign, the U.S. vows to spend an 
estimated $1 billion over the next 
five years on anti-drug advertising, 
corporate and civic partnerships 
and promotion. 



O In a dangerous escalation of hostile feelings in the area, India begins 

nuclear bomb testing in response to Pakistan's testing of the Ghauri missile's 



A memorial 
commemorating 
the first anniversary 
of the death of Princess 
Diana and Dodi Fayed is 
put on display in London's 
Harrods department store, 
which is owned by Dodi's father. 



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; On September 2, Swissair Flight 111 crashes in the 
sea in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada, killing all 
229 passengers and crew aboard. A cockpit wiring fire 
is the suspected cause of the disaster. 




O In retaliation for the African 
embassy bombings, the U.S. 
attacks a suspected chemical 
weapons factory in the capital ol 
Sudan and a terrorist training 
camp in Afghanistan, and launct 
a worldwide search for suspectei 
mastermind Osama bin Laden. 



AP Ptiolo/Paul Chiajson 



3 On August 7, powerful 
bombs explode outside the 
U.S. embassies in Kenya 
and Tanzania killing 248 
people, including 12 
Americans, and injuring 
more than 5,000. 




O NASA and Russia will conduct 45 missions to 
launch and assemble the International Space 
Station Alpha. Set for completion by 2004, the 
station will be powered by almost an acre of solar 
panels and will weigh almost one million pounds. 




AP Photo/John McConnico 




O The remains of 
Czar Nicholas II 
and his family, 
killed in 1918 in 
Central Russia 
and buried in a 
mass grave, are 
exhumed and 
laid to rest in 
St. Petersburg. 



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i The worst summer 
flooding in China 
since 1954 kills 
3,000 people, 
destroys 17 million 
homes and affects 
one-fifth of the 
country's population. 



President Clinton becomes the first U.S. 
leader to visit China since the Tiananmen 
Square massacre in 1989. Many criticize 
Clinton for his apparent leniency toward 
China's human rights restrictions. 



O After months of negotiations, Swiss banks and 
Jewish groups reach a $1.25 billion settlement in 
a lawsuit filed by thousands of Holocaust survivors 
to recover lost savings. 




Q Hurricane Mitch 
ravages parts of 
Central America 
and kills more than 
10,000 people, 
making it the 
second deadliest 
storm in the 
region's history. 



On January 1, 1999, the euro debuts as the new 
currency in 11 European Common Market countries. 
It will be three more years before euro coins and 
cash are officially put into circulation. 



John Hume and David Trimble, Northern 
Ireland's two main political party 
leaders, win the Nobel Peace Prize for 
their efforts to end the violence that 
has plagued the British province for 
three decades. 

After a stop in Mexico City in January 
1999, Pope John Paul II arrives in 
St. Louis, Missouri, and celebrates 
Mass with over 100,000 people 
in attendance. 

In January 1999, an earthquake that 
measures 6.0 on the Richter scale hits 
Colombia killing over 1,000 people. 

King Hussein of Jordan, 63, dies on 
February 7, 1999, of lymphatic cancer. 
Hussein's 47-year reign made him the 
Middle East's longest-serving leader. 



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C Convicted killer Martin Gurule escapes death row and is later found 
\ drowned in a nearby river. Gurule is the first Texas inmate to escape 





O A massive Millennium Clock in New York City's 
garment district counts down the days, hours, 
minutes and seconds to the year 2000. 



O President Clinton declares the entire state of Florida a disaster area 
after fires burn over 300,000 acres and damage or destroy 150,000 homes. 



:er 50 years of work, 
the face of Crazy Horse 
is revealed at the South 
Dakota monument. When 
completed, the memorial, 
carved out of a mountain, will 
be the largest sculpture in the world. 






O Sixteen of the 24 glass beads that historians 
believe were used to buy Manhattan Island from 
Native Indians in 1626 are donated to the Indian 
Museum of North America located at the Crazy 
Horse Memorial. 



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O In June, African-American James Byrd 
Jr., 49, is chained to the back of a truck 
and dragged to his death in Jasper, 
Texas, by three men, two of whom have 
ties to white supremacists. 



AP Photo/Crazy Horse Memorial, Robb DeWald, File 



Mentally unstable Russell 
Eugene Weston Jr. charges 
into the U.S. Capitol 
building on July 24 and 
fatally shoots Special Agent 
John Gibson and Officer 
Jacob Chestnut. 




O In September, Hurricane Georges crashes through the 
Florida Keys and Mississippi. The killer storm causes 
the largest mandatory evacuation in Florida history, and 
Mississippi victims receive over $131 million in aid. 



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q Matthew Shepard, a 21 -year-old gay student at the 
University of Wyoming, dies five days after being 
brutally attacked in an apparent hate crime. Vigils 
in his memory are held across the country. 




In August, General Motors Corporation 
and United Auto Workers reach an 
agreement that ends an eight-week strike. 

President Clinton announces the federal 
government ends the 1998 fiscal year 
with a budget surplus of $70 billion, 
the first surplus since 1969. 

More than 28D colleges now admit 
some or all of their applicants without 
regard to SAT or ACT scores. Many 
schools say the system improves the 
academic quality and diversity of their 
student bodies. 

DNA tests determine that Rebecca 
Chittum was unknowingly switched with 
Callie Conley at a Virginia hospital after 
their births three years ago. This case 
prompts a national debate on the need 
for stricter hospital procedures. 



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G NASA's Lunar Prospector finds scattered pockets of ice beneath the 
lunar surface. The presence of water could enable astronauts to use 
the moon as a kind of space-based filling station. 



An analysis of Eastern Seaboard 
weather shows it really does rain 
more frequently on weekends than 
during the week, an average of 22 
percent more. Automobile emission 
patterns are the suspected cause of 
the phenomenon. 






O Columbia University graduate student Elizabeth 
Brannon and psychology professor Herbert 
Terrace demonstrate that monkeys can master 
simple arithmetic on at least the level of a 
two-year-old child. 



Apple's translucent aqua-blue iMac personal 
computer, its first consumer offering in years, 
is marketed mainly for Internet usage and, 
therefore, doesn't come with a disk drive. 
Its popularity soars and it soon becomes 
available in several other colors. 



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O The comet Tempel-Tuttle causes a meteor storm when it passes by Earth. The comet 
will be visible again in fall 1999, after which it won't reappear for another 32 years. 



O John Glenn, 77, 
becomes the oldest 
astronaut when he 
undertakes a space 
shuttle mission in 
October, 36 years 
first space flight. Later, 
retires from a 24-year career in 
the U.S. Senate. 





A computerized T-shirt, woven with fiber optics 
and electrically conducted thread, may soon 
monitor the health of soldiers, rescuers, the 
elderly and others who are medically vulnerable. 




O A study demonstrates that the more hours 
people spend on the Internet, the more 
depressed, stressed and lonely they feel. 



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SDA announces 
25-millisecond 
last of 270-degree steam 
applied to meat kills 99.99 
percent of the bacteria. 
This process follows 
the unpopular method 
of irradiation. 





(> Paleontologists in Argentina discover thousands of 
shards of fossilized dinosaur eggs. Several shards 
contain the fossilized remains of unhatched 
embryos and their never-before-seen embryo skin. 



3 xThe Electronic Structure 
of Atoms 



The Nature or Light And 
Emission spectra 



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C Chemistry professor 
Claude Yoder co-authors 
"Interactive Chemistry," 
a CD-ROM that uses 
animation to lead 
students through 
chemistry problems, 
eliminating the need 
for a textbook. 





Photo courtesy of the authors (C. Yoder. 0. Retterer, M. Thomsen and K. 



: The FDA withholds 
medical approval of 
St. John's Wort, the 
popular herbal 
supplement widely 
believed to relieve 
depression. However, 
American consumer 
demand has led to 
its use in everything 
from lipstick to 
potato chips. 



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G Researchers discover a gene that may cause 
the aggressive behavior of "killer bees." 
This knowledge may help tame African 
bees, whose sting has deterred beekeepers 
from tending hives. 





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Alan Shepard, 
the first American 
in space, dies on 
July 22 at the 
age of 74. 



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3 Researchers reveal a 
new technique that 
determines the sex 
of a baby before 
conception. This 
technique uses a laser 
detector that measures 
the DNA in sperm cells. 



On August 12, the $1 billion Titan 4 rocket explodes 42 seconds after 
liftoff. The rocket payload included a highly classified Defense 
Department satellite. 




Astronomers discover and photograph a 
planet outside our solar system that is 
about 450 light years away from Earth. 

Alabama hairdresser Philip McCory 
discovers that human hair soaks up oil 
from water, which prompts NASA to 
investigate ways to use human hair to 
clean oil spills. 

In August, renowned Houston heart 
surgeon Dr. Denton Cooley performs 
open-heart surgery which is broadcast 
live on the America's Health Network 
Internet web site. 

David Scott, who lost his left hand in a 
fireworks accident, receives the first 
U.S. human hand transplant in January 
1999. Scott has regained limited motion 
in his donor hand. 




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C A USA Today investigation reveals that many of the nation's safe 
drinking water regulations are not being enforced. The reportH 
reveals that even the worst violations have just a 1 in 10 chan^| 
of drawing legal action. 



Lovegety, a palm-sized matchmaking 
device, is the latest craze with Japanese 
teenagers. When it comes within 15 
feet of another Lovegety, high-pitched 
beepers go off, lights flash, and the 
"love detectors" display whether the 
users' preset interests match. It's now 
available in the U.S. 






O PlayStation's 8 "Crash Bandicoot: WARPED" 
supersedes its popular predecessors. Also ne\ ' 
is Crash's sister Coco who gallops along the 
Great Wall of China and cruises through 
enemy-infested waters^! 



Q Furby, the year's must-have interactive 
toy, has a vocabulary of 200 words in 
both English and its own language, 
"Furbish." Furby knows when it is 
being petted, when the lights go out, 
when music starts, and if there's 
another Furby in the room. 



O WildEyes contact lenses feature several designs, including a starburst, 
black eight ball and cat's eyes. The $165 lenses come in prescription and 
non-prescription and don't interfere with eyesight. 




© Appearing in malls 
in 33 states, job kiosks 
dispense employment 
opportunities for interested 
applicants. Job seekers enter 
their skills and ambitions and 
the machine scans its database 
for a match. 



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; Consumer groups demand the recall of Olestra from the market, or at 
least the adoption of strict guidelines as to its use, after thousands of 
people become sick from eating the popular fat substitute. However, 
studies suggest that chips made with Olestra do not cause greater 
stomach problems than regular chips. 





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ENLIST NOW 



O In December, Selective Service 
activates online registration. 
Eighteen-year-olds can now 
register instantly instead of 
filling out forms at the post 
office that take two to three 
months to process. 



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;> As the need for toll-free 
numbers greatly increases, 
the887prefixjoinsthe800 
and 888 prefixes already in use. 



;> A sleek, redesigned version 
of the '60s Volkswagen Beetle 
enters the market. Despite 
a May 1998 recall for wiring 
problems, the New Beetle 
is wildly popular. 




3 Butterflies and dragonflies are the hot 
motif in the fashion world appearing on 
everything from clothes and bags to 
hair accessories and jewelry. 




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G For $20-30 a day, trained professionals at 
dog and cat day cares will play with, read 
to, feed and pamper pets in their care. 



C Mr. Payroll is the first ATM that can 
cash a check - even for someone 
without a bank account. The machine 
"memorizes" facial features and 
matches them with a social security 
number to verily the user's identity. 



O Rollerblade introduces durable, all-terrain 
in-line skates that can traverse dirt paths 
and rocky trails. The large-wheeled skates 
retail for a cool $600. 



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and universities are going online to 
offer students a new way to get an 
education. Florida State and New York 
University are a few jumping on board. 



etdye nunie internet User SfiBttus 

25 hours a year waiting lor web pages 
to load. 






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: Heartthrob George Clooney announces 1998-99 
will be his last season on NBC's award-winning 
television drama, "ER." 



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O NBC's "Frasier" makes history 
by winning its fifth consecutive 
outstanding comedy series 
award at the 50th annual Emmy 
Awards. Kelsey Crammer, in the 
title role, wins his third Emmy 
as best comedy actor. 



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O In November, ABC's "Spin City" star Michael I 
Fox, 37, reveals he has Parkinson's disease. 
Fox underwent brain surgery in March 1998 id 
an attempt to relieve severe tremors. 



Tom Hanks stars in Steven Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan, 
an authentic recreation of World War H's D-Day. The film 
receives 1 1 Oscar nominations. 



: Trail Burner, a hand-held mount! 
bike racing game, uses motion 
sensors to turn corners and jump 
hills and water pits. Crashes mak 
the handlebars vibrate, jr 



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O Adam Sandler stars 
in the surprise hit The 
Waterboy, which earns a 
record $39.1 million in its 
November opening weekend 



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: Britain's best Scrabble players commemorate the 
popular board game's 50th anniversary in October 
by playing in London's Wembley Stadium using 
letter tiles the size of dining tables. 






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O Karl Malone and Dennis Rodman I 
face off in a World Championship J 
Wrestling tag-team match. The ' 
event pits Rodman and Hollywood 1 ' 
Hulk Hogan against Malone and 
Diamond Dallas Page. 



Walt Disney's A 
Bag's Life is one of 
at least 15 animated 
feature films that 
will flood the 
nation's theaters in 
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opens to disappointing reviews and box office 
numbers. The epic leaves theaters quickly. 



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arrives in his native 
Iceland to begin his 
assimilation to his 
new surroundings. 
The move concludes 
a four-year campaign 
to release the 
five-ton star of the 
movie Tree Willy. 



Players of Vertical Reality, a combination video game 
and amusement ride, shoot at moving targets on a 
24-foot-tall screen and sit in chairs that rise with 
each successful hit. The winner rides to the top 
for a grand view. 



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The wildly popular stars of The WB network's 
"Dawson's Creek" hit the big screen, filming 
eight feature films during hiatus. Magazine 
covers by TV Guide, Seventeen and Interview 
fuel the craze. 



C The coming-of-age 
drama "Felicity" 
quickly gains 
popularity with 
teens. The WB 
show revolves 
around a young 
woman and her 
new experiences 
at college. 



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Taco Bell's talking Chihuahua 
becomes a favorite teen 
advertising icon and sparks a 
surge of interest in the breed. 



y Actor Rick Schroder replaces Jimmy Smits 
on ABC's "NYPD Blue." The fate of Smits' 
character in his last episode - he dies 
when a heart transplant fails — became 
a source of nationwide speculation. 



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Megastars Bruce Willis and Demi Moore 
announce their separation in June after 
almost 11 years of marriage. 

The American Film Institute rates the 
top 100 movies of the 20th century. The top 
ten include: Citizen Kane, 1941 
Casablanca, 1942 

77te Godfather, 1972 
Gone With the Wind, 1939 
Lawrence of Arabia, 1962 
The Wizard of Oz, 1939 
The Graduate, mi 
On the Waterfront, 1954 
Schindlers List, 1993 
Singin' in the Rain, 1952 

Fans flock to theaters to see the two-minute 
trailer for Star Wars: Episode I - The 
Phantom Menace and many leave without 
staying to watch the main attraction. The 
prequel to the wildly popular Star Wars 
trilogy opens in May 1999. 





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O Nineteen-year-old Usher is named Billboard Music Awards' Artist 
of the Year and R&B Artist of the Year. Touring with Janet Jackson 
and making television and movie appearances has heightened 
Usher's popularity. 



O Spice Girl Geri Halliwell, better 
known as Ginger Spice, announce 
in May 1998 that she is leavingJ I 
popular group for creative reasfl I 



AP Photo/Joey Terrill 



Swing dancing makes 
a big comeback with 
the help of music from 
bands like Cherry Poppin' 
Daddies (shown) and the 
Brian Setzer Orchestra. 



(> Jewel scores on two fronts. Her book of poetry, 
A Night Without Armor, makes the New York 
Times best-seller list, and her album, Spirit, is 
released in November. 





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Monica is the only 
irtist in 1998 wjth t 
Mo. 1 hits on the 
Billboard Hot 100, 
ncluding "The 
7 irst Night" and " 
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Aerosmith's 
"1 Don't Want to 
Miss a Thing," 
from the movie 
Armageddon, 
becomes the 
group's first single 
to hit No. 1 on 
theBZ/ftoarrfHot 
100 charts. 



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Psychologists discover a connection 
between musical training and verbal 
memory. Children trained to play a musical 
instrument grow up to have 16 percent 
better word memory than other adults. 

Movie soundtracks account for nearly 
hall of the Gold and Platinum certification. 
Some of the top soundtracks Include 
Titanic and Return to Titanic, City of 
Angels, Armageddon, Hope Floats, 
Dr. Doolittle and The Wedding Singer. 

Whitney Houston's My Love Is Your Love 
is her first studio album in eight years. 
The album includes the hit duet with 
Mariah Carey entitled "When You Believe." 

Actor/rapper Will Smith wins three 
American Music Awards, including 
Favorite Pop/Rock Album, Favorite 
Soul/R&B Album and Favorite Soul/R&B 
Male Artist. 



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G Sang Lan, China's 17-year-old gymnastics champion, breaks 
two vertebrae during a vault at the Goodwill Games in July, 
leaving her paralyzed from the chest down. 









O Jeff Gordon wins the NASCAR Winston Cup i 
for a second year in a row. Gordon, 27, is 
the youngest driver to win three Winston 
Cup championships. 



C In March 1998, ESPN launches a 
large-format sports magazine, 
ESPN The Magazine, to compete 
with Sports Illustrated. 



O On January 4, 1999, Tennessee beats Florida State University 

23-16 at the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona to win the national championship. 
It is the first year of the Bowl Championship Series, created to ensure 
that the highest ranked college teams nationally meet in a bowl game. 



iC's Lesley Visser 
becomes the first 
woman to report from 
the sidelines during 
"Monday Night Football," 
Super Bowl, the 
Final Four and NFL 
playoff games 




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O Defending champion Detroit Red Wings win the 1998 Stanley 
Cup championship, beating the Washington Capitals 4-1. 
Defenseman Vladimir Konstantinov, severely injured in a car 
accident after last year's Stanley Cup win, joins the celebration. 



O Flamboyant sprinter Florence 
Griffith Joyner (FIoJo), triple 
gold medalist at the 1988 
Olympics, dies at age 38 in her 
sleep, of suffocation during an 
epileptic seizure. 



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In a 4-0 sw^ggainst 
the San Dieg6 Padres, 
the New York Yankees 
win the 1998 World Series 
to claim their 24th 
championship. The 
Yankees' 125 total 
victories is a modern 
baseball record. 



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O In July, France beats Brazil 3-0 to win its first 
World Cup soccer title. During celebrations, a 
motorist drives through the crowd on the 
Champs-Elysees and injures 60 people. 





On September 13, 
Sammy Sosa of the 
Chicago Cubs also 
breaks Roger Maris' 
record with his single- 
season 62nd home run. 
Sosa ends the season 
with 66 home runs. 



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Golfer Casey Martin, who 
suffers from a circulatory 
disorder in his right leg, 
wins a lawsuit allowing him 
to use a cart during PGA 
and Nike golf tournaments. 



On September 20, Cal Ripken Jr. 
ends his 16-year streak of 2,632 
consecutive baseball games played 
by withdrawing himself from the 
Baltimore lineup for that night. 

NBA owners impose a lockout on July 1 
that causes almost half the '98 -'99 
basketball season to be lost. The 
labor dispute is settled on January 6. 

Tennis star Pete Sampras wins his fifth 
Wimbledon title and remains the 
world's No. 1 player for a record sixth 
straight year, breaking Jimmy Connors' 
mark for consecutive seasons on top. 

The NFL season is plagued with 
controversial and incorrect calls. 
Instant replay is not reinstated, but 
coin toss procedures are implemented. 



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C Miss Virginia Nicole Johnson is crowned Miss America 1999 in 
Atlantic City. The 24-year-old diabetic wears an insulin pump on 
her hip and plans to spotlight diabetes awareness during her reign. 



) Fifty-six-year-old Linda McCartney, 
photographer, animal rights 
activist and wife of famed Beatle 
Paul, dies of breast cancer on 
April 17, 1998. 




O Seventeen-year-old Katie Hnida is 
named Chatfield Senior High School's 
Homecoming Queen as well as starting 
kicker for the varsity football team. The 
No. 1-ranked kicker in the state of 
Colorado, Hnida hopes to play Division I 
college football next year. 




AP Photo/Deb Halberst.ull 



Hirofumi "The Tokyo Terror" 
Nakajima (right), reigning world 
hot dog eating champion, eats 19 
hot dogs and buns in 12 minutes 
to win the annual Nathan's 
Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog 
Eating Contest. 



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After dropping out of the 
third grade in 1902 to^ 
care for her 1 1 younger ' 
siblings, retired nanny 
and housekeeper 
Eugenie Garside 
finally receives her 
high school diploma 
at age 98. 



NBC's "NewTRadio" 
star and former 
"Saturday Night Live" 
cast member Phil 
Hartman dies from 
a gunshot wound 
inflicted by his wife 
in May 1998. 



AP Photo/NBC Photo, Dave Bjerke 

C Beloved puppeteer Shari Lewis 
dies of cancer on August 2. 
Her creations include her 
trademark Lamb Chop, Hush 
Puppy and Charlie Horse. 




Canadian Tobin Belanger escorts a 
mannequin to his high school prom 
He names her Jen, picks out her 
dress and corsage and arrives in 
a limousine. 

Minnesotan David Welnlick 
"advertises" for a wife and chooses 
pharmacy student Elizabeth Runze 
from 23 hopefuls who travel to the 
Mall of America in Minneapolis for 
the event. Runze and Welnlick mam 
the same day. 



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Melissa Vazquez 

NICKNAMES: Mel, Melvin, Meliss 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 9-12; Prom Com- 
mittee 11. 

GOALS: To live a long and successful 
life. To achieve my goals and dreams and 
find all my happiness in all aspects of my 
life and always keep in touch with the 
people I love and care for the most. 



Timothy N. Wayne 

NICKNAMES: Jimmi, Jimbo, Bisz Maci, 

Mit, "Super Fly", Jimothy, T-Wayne, 

Timbo, Jimmis 

ACTIVITIES: JV Soccer 9; V Soccer 10-12; 

Freshman Basketball 9; V Basketball 11; 

Tennis 9-12; Chorus 10-12; Select Chorus 

12; Skit Committee 9-10. 

GOALS: To become president with Jerry 

E. and live a very happy life. 



Shane Zachara 

NICKNAMES: Shune, Juicy, Chico 
ACTIVITIES: JV Soccer 9-10; Math Team 
9; Varsity Tennis 10-12; Varsity Soccer 
11-12. 

GOALS: To graduate and have a fulfill- 
ing life. 




Vanessa Vazquez 

NICKNAMES: "V", Sessa 
ACTIVITIES: JV Field Hockey 9; V Field 
Hockey 10-1 1, Captain 12; Marching Band 
9-12; Softball 9; Tennis 10-12; Concert 
Band 9-12. 

GOALS: To hopefully become successful 
in whatever career I end up choosing and 
to also live a long prosperous life. 



Alan Wickstrom 

NICKNAMES: Duck 
GOALS: To be happy and successful in 
whatever I do. To live as healthy as pos- 
sible for as long as possible. 




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People 




Juniors 




Class 
Officers 



Vice President Trisha 
Benson, Treasurer 
Renee Mongeon, 
President Carissa 
Marcucci, Secretary 
Nicole Rochon 



Carrie Abboott 
Sarah Allain 
Richard Allen 
Keli Bayrouty 



Tiani Beauchamp 
Trisha Benson 
Melanie Berthiaume 
Danielle Blais 



Amanda Boiteau 
Jason Bonadies 
Ebony Boswell 
John Bounphasaysonh 



Juniors • 39 



Adam Bruneau 

Jonathan Burgos 

Sarah Carr 

Esteban Carrasco 



Christina Cassell 

Ryan Chase 

David Christianson 

Zuleika Collazo 



Jacob Cournoyer 

Pamela Cyr 

Susan Day 

Theresa Demers 



James Denault 

Elizabeth Desaulniers 

Reginald DeVone 

Matthew Dubreuil 



Joseph Dubsky 

Leo Duplessis 

Jessica Fernandez 

Brent Fournier 





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Karen Gendreau 
Alexis Guardiani 
Renee Hainsworth 
Ricky Harrison 



Daniel Hebert 
Thomas 

Houatchanthara 
Christopher Iozzo 
Katrina Ireland 



Derek Jarvis 
Jonathan Jiminez 
Joshua John 
Kham Kheophamany 



Jonathan LaFrance 
Joshua Laliberte 
Darcie Lamothe 
Wilfred Learned 



Stephanie LeBlanc 
Joanne LeBoeuf 
Nicole Legere 
Pamela Mahoney 



Juniors • 41 



Kristy McColl 

Courtney McCullough 

James Mondor 

Renee Mongeon 



Shaun Moriarty 

Nathan Normandin 

Justin Nuckle 

Adaelys Otero 



Jason Packard 

Stefanie Paquin 

Liz Perez 

Phouthaluksa 

Phomphitak 



Linda 

Phoummalayvane 

Jessica Prendiville 

Sonia Ramos 

Claudia Reyes 



Ian Rines 

Bently Rivera 

Daisy Rivera 

Asma Rizvi 






Francis Robles 
Nicole Rochon 
Elvin Rodriguez 
Carlton Rondeau 



Idalia Sanchez 
Natalia Sanchez 
Melissa Segarra 
Matthew Soper 



Robbie Southard 
Michelle Stevens 
Katrina Sullivan 
Tanya Syriac 



Angel Torres 
Luis Torres 
Jack Varin 
Yaritza Vazquez 



Noel Velez 
Justine Waleski 
Paul Weeks 
Warren Zepp 



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Juniors • 43 



Sophomores 




Class Officers: President 
Lizmarie Collazo, Secre- 
tary Malie 

Bounphasaysonh, Vice 
President Elizabeth Lazo, 
Treasurer Ronald 
Benvenuti 



Angel Andino 
Allison Anger 
Jacob Armstrong 
Troy Baker 
Eric Bean 



Cheryl Belanger 
Leslie Benoit 
Malory Benoit 
Ronald Benvenuti 
Sarah Bergeron 



Jarrod Borey 
Nicholas Boudreau 
Malie 

Bounphasaysonh 
Daniel Brousseau 
Willie Camacho 



Sophomores • 45 




Mandi Campbell 
Matthew Campbell 
Audrey Cardarople 
Abel Carmona 
Jeffrey Chamberland 



Justin Cloutier 

Lauren Coderre 

Lismarie Collazo 

Jonathan Colognesi 

Erika Colon 



Josue Cruz 

Walter Cruz 

Darvi Cummings 

Tami Cyr 

Matthew D'Angelo 



Michael Delaney 

Jonathan Demers 

Daniel Deuyour 

Yaritza Diaz 

Jessica Dingui 



Amanda Espino 
Gina Franconeri 
Nicholas Garieri 
Amber Gauthier 
Erin Giroulx 




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Christopher 
Lamonthe 
Brian Langevin 
Brendon Lewis 
Joshua Litchfield 
Jessica Louyakis 



Chris MacCormack 
Kimberly Macha 
Tammy Macha 
Angel Marcano 
Cara Marcucci 



Mercedes Mateo 
Alyssa McKinstry 
Kevin Mignavong 
Brandy Miller 
Jennifer Miskell 



Sophomores • 47 



Travis Mondor 
Angel Morales 
Omar Morales 
Jeffrey Morton 
Gregory Nikolla 



Nicholas 

Normandin 

Tiffany Normandin 

Elizabeth Ortiz 

Deciree Otero 

Michele Parenteau 



William Peloquin 

Ellis Perez 

James Petrillo 

Lauren Pettinelli 

Lily 

Phoummalayvane 



Beth Pollone 

Jennifer Pontbriand 

Joshua Proulx 

Jullian Qirko 

Matthew Quigley 



Gilbert Ramos 

Catherine Reith 

Jose Reyes 

Eric Rosario 

Amanda Rust 




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Christina Santiago 
Amanda Sawicki 
Keri-Anne 
Simonelli 
Christopher Slater 
Eric Smith 



Jessica Stover 
Nicholas Stover 
Jesus Suarez 
Sarah Thompson 
Andre Torres 



Dario Trifone 
Johnny Vargas 
Melissa Waleski 
Erica Whitney 
Leslie Yanka 



Jason Yargeau 
Amy Young 



Sophomores • 49 



Freshmen 




Anthony Aucoin 

Christopher Aviles 

Gelnda Aviles 

Timothy Bachand 

Joshua Bailey 



Jason Baillargeon 

Katrina Barrett 

Daniel Beauchamp 

Linus Bessett 

David Birch 





Toby Blais 
Ronald Boudreau 
Kaitlyn Bousquet 
Sarah Boutelle 
Nathan Brian 



Peter Brown 
William Brown 
Annette Burgos 
David Burris 
Lauren Butler 



Benjamin Campis 
Nicole Cassell 
Erin Chouquet 
Desire Colon 
Lynette Colon 



Mercedes Colon 
Kevin Conroy 
Melanie Cooper 
Sarah Cordell 
Cindia Delgado 



Shane Demers 
Diana Dingui 
John Dufresne 
Dimitriy Dunchik 
Nicholas Emery 



Freshmen • 51 



Priscilla Espino 

Desiree Estrada 

Evelyn Estrada 

Kevin Ethier 

Edwin Fernandez 



Luis Figueroa 

Tania Figueroa 

Amber Forte 

Sho-Lei Foster 

Jamie Frenier 



Christopher Garieri 

Jessica Giroux 

Kristi Giroux 

Amanda Gliniecki 

Manny Gonzalez 



Meagan Grzembski 

Faye Gurtin 

Jesslyn Hapgood 

Elizabeth Flolm 

Dwayne Housen 



Karrie Iozzo 

Trista Iozzo 

Emi Jachimczyk 

Erik Johnson 

Breanna Kemp 






Tiffany Leo 
Jessica Lisi 
Amanda Livingood 
Joshua Lorange 



Rebecca Lyon 
Lisa MacGillivray 
Pedro Maldanado 
William Malizia 
Robert Malloy 



Judith Mandeville 
Jamie Martel 
Debra Maynard 
Ariel Morales 
Kendrick Morales 



Freshmen • 53 






Mario Morales 

Jedediah Moreno 

Matthew Moriarty 

Christopher Morse 

Mayu Nagata 



Sarah Nicholas 

Dallas Nozzolillo 

Gary Ortiz 

Michael Ortiz 

Jakub Pach 



Sarah Perez 

Nicholas Perry 

Tyler Petro 

Lisa 

Phoummalayvane 

April Poulin 



Steven Pujols 

Erica Quinones 

Allen Reid 

Corey Renaud 

Omar Reyes 



Alba Rivera 

Dianna Rodriguez 

Graces Rodriguez 

Jose Rodriguez 

Joshua Rodriguez 






Sara Rodriguez 
David Roldan 
Jason Rondeau 
Ceriluz Rosario 
Damaris Rosario 



Geraldo Rosario 
Gabrielle Seguin 
Vanessa Shown 
Anna Soukkavong 
Theresa St. George 



Brent Stanley 
Sherri Sweeney 
Anthony Tarantino 
Kristina Tedeschi 
Amanda Tetreault 



Kelvin Torres 
Melissa Torres 
Sheyla Torres 
Carolyn Towle 
Timothy Towle 



Kelly Trainor 
Kara Travinski 
Amanda Tucker 
Amy Turenne 
Mfoniso Udofia 






Freshmen • 55 



Lacey Vallee 

Jacklyn Vazquez 

Jose Vasquez 

Eric Vega 

Lizandra Velez 



Lindsay Vrabel 

Gabriel Weinberg 

Michael Welty 

Michael White 

Melissa Wilson 



Waylon Wojciak 

Danielle Woodcock 

Ciara Zayas 

Anarae Zebryk 

Joseph Zuidema 








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than turkey and potatoes. In fact, there are many 
contests that go along with the traditional feast. To 
begin the shortened week, there is paint night 
where no one leaves dry. On Wednesday, we have 
our annual Thanksgiving Day rally and get hyped 
up for the big game. 




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Table Of Contents 

Band 78 

Bank 82 

Chorus 80 

Freshmen Math Team 84 

Library Aides 82 

National Honor Society 72 

Peer Leaders 86 

Peer Mediators 86 

Ski Club 82 

Student Council 76 

Student Leaders 84 

Varsity Math Team 84 

Writers Club 86 

Yearbook Committee 74 

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Stephen takes a break at the Bottls 
Drive. 



Executive Board: Vice-President Patrick Cou- 
ture, Secretary Kaitlyn Spinelli, President 
Peter Langevin, Treasure Sophy Rodriguez, 
Parliamentarian/Historian Lauren MacGilliv- 
ray 





National Honor Society Seniors: Row 1: Kaitlyn Spinelli, Patrick Couture, Namone Khamphavong, 
Sophy Rodriguez, Justin Cournoyer; Row 2: Advisor Janet Poirier, Samantha Baker, Jon Cournoyer, 
Eric Matta; Row 3: Lauren MacGillivray, Berlinda Fernandez, Leslie Ferguson, Jesse Plouffe, Mary 
Bounphasaysonh; Row 4; Gordon Dupuis, Jon Payeur, Peter Langevin, Stephen Staffieri. 







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Advisor Mrs. Kathy Simonelli 




As Co-editors of this year's book, It's Showtime, we 
would like to thank the staff for all their hard work. We 
would also like to thank Mrs. Simonelli and Ms. Gately 
for sticking with us and guiding us along. Thanks goes 
out to Village Photo- it was a great first year! A special 
thanks goes to Mr. Soldani and the graphics department 
for helping us with the ads section. Enjoy this year's It's 
Showtime! 

Editors: Kaitlyn and Julie 



Advisor Ms. Lorraine Gate] ! 




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Miguel works hard on the end page design. 




I q 1 - Kristy McColl, Julie Jenkins, Kaitlyn Spinelli; Row 2- Kelly Trainor, Emily Davis, Stephanie 
lakllee, Josh Proulx, Sherri Sweeney, Advisor Kathy Simonelli, Keri-Anne Simonelli 





Student Council; Row 1- Kristina Tedeschi, Brent Stanley, Amy Young, Jolene Lamica, Allison Anger, Andy Lamica, Lismarie Collazo, Eric M.! 
David Rios, Advisor Christine Costello; Row 2- April Poulin, Malie Bounphasaysonh, Jesslyn Hapgood, Emi Jachimczyk, Mark Lammert, Nicole 1 
ere, Nammone Khamphavong, Jose Soto; Row 3- Jon Cournoyer, Liz Lazo, Kara Travinski, Jamie Martel, Stephen Staff ieri, Carissa Marcucci, Ai\ 
Travinski, Matt Staffieri, Amanda Boiteau, Row 4- Amanda Espino, Renee Mongeon, Carolyn Towle, Samantha Baker, Ronald Benvenuti, J 
Plouffe, Sophy Rodriguez, Justin Cournoyer, Brian Langevin, Jon Parent; Row 5- Pam Cyr, Julie Jenkins, Peter Langevin, Nicole Rochon, Linci 
Vrabel, Josh Proulx, Ashley Lazo, Katie Alicea, Jason Packard. 



student Council 




Executive Board Row 1: Public Relations Pamela Cyr, Historian Namone Khamphavong, Secretary Nicole Rochon, Advisor Mrs. Costello. Roi 
Vice President Jon Cournoyer, President Stephen Staffieri, Treasurer Justin Cournoyer. 



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Mr. Bishop's Odils 




Concert Band 1st row L to R- Lynda Benvenuti, Kaitlyn Spinelli, Julia Kowalski, Lauren Coderre, Leo Lambert, Brent Stanley, Erin Giroux, Nick 
Emery, Daniel Hebert, Tammy Macha; 2nd row- Director: Mr. William Bishop, Allison Pickren, Mfoniso Udofia, Judith Mandeville, Julie Jem! 
Robert Malloy, Kathleen Alicea, Samantha Baker, Kelly Trainor, Mandi Campbell, Debra Maynard. 3rd row- Vanessa Vazquez, Catherine ¥m 
Amanda Tucker, Jennifer Miskell, Amy Carpentier, Jose Vasquez, Tami Cyr, Allison Anger, Theresa St. George, Sarah Cordell, Kimberly Macha,J 
dsey Vrabel, Melanie Berthiaume, Amber Gauthier, 4th row- Mayu Nagata, Vanessa Shown, Matthew Amodeo, Christopher Morse, Peter Langtl 
Javier Ortiz, Nathan Normandin, Jarrod Borey, Jonathan Colegnesi, Jacob Armstrong, Joshua Proulx, Brian Langevin, Ronald Benvenuti, J I 
Packard. Kevin Conrov. 



Packard, Kevin Conroy. 




Jazz Band Row 1 L to R Director: Mr. Wi I 
Bishop, Brent Stanley, Kathleen Alicea, Li 
Benvenuti, Julie Jenkins, Ray Kingston/) 
row- Mfoniso Udofia, Samantha Baker/ 
Giroux, Ronald Benvenuti, 3rd row- M 
Nagata, Matthew Amodeo, Jose Vase 
Vanessa Shown, Joshua Proulx, Robert Md 
4th row- Jonathan Colegnesi, Javier 
Nathan Normandin, Jarrod Borey 



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•iission Ensemble- Row 1: Matt Amodeo, 

)trt Malloy, Nick Emery, Row 2- Danny 

*rt, Ronald Benvenuti, Jason Packard, 

ptor Mr. Ray Kingston. 



Flag Corps- Row 1; Tammy Macha, Amy 
Tureene, Nicole Rochon, Susan Day, Heather 
Hanson, Row 2-Amber Gauthier, Amanda 
Tetrault Sarah Thompson, Row 3- Kim Macha, 
Amanda Livengood. 



Clarinet Choir- Row 1: Director Mr. William 
Bishop, Julie Jenkins, Kaitlyn Spinelli, Thressa 
St. George, Row 2- Josh Proulx, Brian 
Langevin, absent from picture, James Mondor. 




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Chorus Row 1: Nicole Legere, Darcie Lamothe, Sarah Thompson, Cara Marcucci, Lizmarie Collazo, Sophy Rodriguez, Namone Khamphavc| 
David Rios, Dallas Nozzolillo, Jon Demers, Nick Stoever, Mike White, Mark Lammert, Michelle Stevens, Liz Perez, Stephanie Lavalle, Erin Choq J 
Mrs. Costello. Row 2: Christina Cassell, Lauren Pettinelli, Tanya Syriac, Erica Whitney, Nick Boudreau, Dario Trifone, Andy Lamica, Jakub Pai v 
Mike Delany, Troy Baker, Jon Slater, Trisha Benson, Renee Mongeon, Tiffany Leo, Katrina Ireland, Liz Ortiz. Row 3: Lauren MacGillivray, Jolfi 
Lamica, Amy Young, Liz Lazo, Theresa Demers, Renee Hainsworth, Justin Cournoyer, Matt Soper, Tim Wayne, Jack Varin, Leo Duplessis, Je'| 
Suarez, Jess Louyakis, Susan Day, Carrie Abbott, Pam Mahoney, Brandy Miller. Row 4: Breanna Kemp, Lesley Yanka, Gina Franconeri, Kris- 
Tedeschi, Tammy Malloy, Graces Rodriguez, Tiani Beachamp, Katie Alicea, James Denault, Adam Bruneau, Jon Cournoyer, Jared Espino, Ac. 
Travinski, Eric Matta, Ryan Murphy, Joe Dubsky, Kristen Sabatinelli, Alexis Guardiani, Katie Bousquet, Justine Waleski, Emi Jachimcczyk, Audi 
Cardrople, Melani Cooper. Row 5: Lindsay Gyrko, Idalia Sanchez, Mileidy Soto, Joey Jalbert, Tim Wayne, Patt Zepp, Matt Staf fieri, Josh Blanchei 
Bobby Norris, Ryan Choquet, Stephen Staffieri, Angel Andino, Mario Morales, Jesslyn Hapgood, Cindy Delgato, Sarah Bergeron. 





Choral Council Executive Board Row 1: Vice President So] 
Rodriguez, President David Rios, Treasurer Eric Matta, Activi 
Coordinator Andy Lamica. Row 2: Treasurer Justin Cournoyer, Ao 
ities Coordinator Tiani Beauchamp, Historian Mileidy Soto, Activi 
Coordinator Renee Mongeon, Activities Coordinator All 1 
Guardiani, Activities Coordinator Michelle Stevens, Public Relati s 
Jon Cournoyer, Mrs. Costello. 

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Council Row 1: Katrina Ireland, Sophy Rodriguez, David Rios, Eric 
Lizmarie Collazo. Row 2: Susan Day, Erica Whitney, Graces Rodriguez, 
I ,tj Cournoyer, Mileidy Soto, Renee Mongeon, Jon Cournoyer, Michelle 
' rips, Mrs. Costello. Row 3: Melanie Cooper, Lauren Pettinelli, Mark Lam- 
irKudrey Cardarople, Amanda Tetreault, Breanna Kemp. Row 4: Gina Fran- 
ij, Alexis Guardiani, Ktie Bousquet, Tiani Beauchamp, Pat Zepp. Andy Lam- 
(Kslyn Hapgood, Carolyne Towle. 



Lyrics Row 1: Dallas Nozolillo, Michelle Stevens, Katrina Ireland, Dario 
Trifone. Row 2: Renee Mongeon, Joey Jalbert, Susan Day, Tiani 
Beauchamp. Row 3: Trisha Benson, David Rios, Mrs. Costello, James 
Denault. Row 4: Idalia Sanchez, Patt Zepp, Alexis Guardiani, Josh 
Blanchette. 




Vale Row 1: Graces Rodriguez, Lizmarie Collazo, Cara Marcucci, Tiani Beauchamp, Michelle 
Ins, Mrs. Costello. Row 2: Amy Young, Katrina Ireland, Renee Mongeon, Judy Mandeville, 
' J nda Tetreault. Row 3: Lesley Yanka, Justine Waleski, Susan Day, Carrie Abbott. Row 4: Sarah 
Ton, Alexis Guardiani, Katie Bousquet, Audrey Caurdrople. 

Vocal Jazz Row 1: Nick 
Boudreau, Graces Rodriguez, 
Lizmarie Collazo, Michelle Ste- 
vens, Dallas Nozzolillo. Row 2: 
Stephen Staffieri, Tiani Beau- 
champ, Renee Mongeon, Trisha 
Benson, Amanda Tetreault, 
James Denault. Row 3: Pat Zepp, 
Namone Khamphavong, Sophy 
Rodriguez, Susan Day, Mrs. 
Costello. Row 4: Josh Blanchette, 
Christina Cassell, Katrina Ire- 
land, Katie Bousquet, Alexis 
Guardiani, Dario Trifone, Row 5: 
Mark lammert, Andy Lamica, 
David Rios, Joey Jalbert. 



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Select Chorus Row 1: Mrs. Costello, Liz- 
marie Collazo, Sophy Rodriguez, Namone 
Khamphavong, David Rios, Dallas Nozolil- 
lo, Andy Lamica, Mark Lammert, Michelle 
Stevens, Liz Perez. Row 2: Darcie Lamothe, 
Nicole Leger, Theresa Demers, Adam 
Travinski, Nick Boudreau, Dario Trifone, 
Troy Baker, Jesslyn Hapgood, Emi Jachim- 
czyk, Jessica Louyakis, Renne Mongeon. 
Row 3: Idalia Sanchez, Meliedy Soto, Lauren 
MacGilliv-ray, Graces Rodriguez, Kristen 
Sabatinelli, Alexis Guardiani, Eric Matta, 
Leo Duplessis, Trisha Benson, Susan Day. 
Row 4: Lesley Yanka, Christina Cassell, 
James Denault, Adam Bruneau, Jared 
Espino, Jack Varin, Stephen Staffieri, Katie 
Bousquet, Cindy Delgado. Row 5: Tiani 
Beauchamp, Tammy Malloy, Joey Jalbert, 
Tim Wayne, Matt Soper, Matt Staffieri, Josh 
Blanchette, Bobby Norris, Ryan Choquet, 
Brandy Miller Katrina Ireland. 




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Library Aides - Danielle Woodcock, Rebecca Lyon, Darvi 
Cummings, Amber Forte, Library Associate - Mrs. 
Payeur. Row 2 - William Brown, Andy Allen, Anna 
Soukkavong, Tom Houtchantara. Row 3 - Librarian - 
Mrs. Chase, Kerry Brown, Amanda Tetreault, Erin 
Brown. Row 4 - Library Associate - Mrs. Julian, Justin 
Guzman, Esteban Carrasco, Ceriluz Rosario. 



School Bank: Row 1- Mrs. Allard, Linda 
Phoummalayvane, Nicole Rochon; Row 2- 
Glendaliz Rosario, Adam Travinski, Jessica 
Rodriguez, Sophy Rodriguez, Mrs. Pardee; 
Row 3- Mary Bounphasaysonh, Andy 
Laverdiere, Jesse Plouffe. 





Ski Club: Row 1- Josh Stevens, David Rios, Leslie Fergu- 
son, Tim Wayne; Row 2- Miguel Cepeda, Karen Gen- 
dreau, Troy Baker, Mike Delaney, Chris Garieri, Advisor 
Andrea Carlson; Row 3- Jacob Armstrong, Carolyn 
Towle, Brent Stanley, Eric Matta, Justin Nuckle, Matt 
Quigley; Row 4- Jon Payeur, Nate Normandin, Andy 
Laverdiere, Matt Dubreuil, Jeff Laverdiere, Advisor Mike 
Cournoyer. 



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Student Leaders Row 1: Pam Cvr, Malie Boy 
phasaysonh, Liz Lazo, Advisor Lorraine Gal 
ly, Michele Parenteau, Katrina Ireland, Lyra 
Benvnuti. Row 2: Kaitlyn Bousquet, Caril 
Marcucci, Graces Rodriguez, Micrn 
Stevens, Renee Mongeon, Trisha Benson,B 
sica Prendiville, Allison Pickren. Row 3: Li 
ren MaeGillivrav, Namone Khamphavon 
Mary Bounphasaysonh, Sophy RodrigSi 
Mileidy Soto, Amy Carpentier, VanJ< 
Vazquez, Kathy Bounphasaysonh. 



Varsity Math Team Row 1: Berlinda Fernan- 
dez, Cathy Reith, Patrick Couture. Row 2: Jeff 
Morton, Samantha Baker, Jose Soto, Advisor 
Paula Wilmot. Row 3: Erin Learned, Tom 
Houatchanthara. 




Freshmen Math Team Row 1: Amanda Tuck 
Emi Udofia, Graces Rodriguez, Advisor Jo 
Cournoyer. Row 2: Emi Jachimczyk, Lind: 
Vrabel, Dallas Nozzolillo. Row 3: Ji 
Vazquez, Tyler Petro, Jessica Lisi. 



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Writer's Club: Row 1- Gordon Dupuis, Kat 
Ireland, Kimberly Macha, Tiffany Norman 
Amanda Tucker; Row 2- Berlinda Fernan 
Shaun Moriarty, Tammy Macha, Advisor j 
Yacavace; Row 3- Pat Couture, Samai 
Baker, Kristy McColl. 



Peer Leaders: Row 1- Alexis Guardiani, Lori 
Chase, Esteban Carrasco, Mary Boun- 
phasaysonh, Tammy Mallo}'; Row 2- Advisor 
Mike Cournoyer, Leslie Ferguson, Nicole 
Rochon, Samantha Baker. 





Peer Mediators- Tom Houatchanthara, J 
sor Carmen Garieri, Jose Vasquez, S! 
Sweeney, Graces Rodriguez, Esteban Ca 
co, Advisor Mike Cournoyer; Row 2- Ka 
Bousquet, Sophy Rodriguez, Mary Bl 
phasaysonh, Lori Chase, Tammy Malloy. 



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Table Of Contents 

Boys Junior Varsity Basketball 108 

Boys 6occer 94 

Boys Varsity Basketball 104 

Cheerleaders (Basketball) ill 

Cheerleaders (Football) 93 

Cross Country 100 

Field Hockey 98 

Football 90 

Freshman Basketball 110 

Girls Junior Varsity Basketball 109 

Girls 6occer 96 

Girls Varsity Basketball 106 

Golf. 102 




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Football Team Row 1: Jesus Molina, Jamie Dupuis, Edwin Beauchamp, Toby Power, Josh Stevens, Ryan Murphy, Adam Travi 
ski, Derek Jarvis, Robert Norris, Peter Billis, Josh Blanchette. Row 2: Carlton Rondeau, Jacob Cournoyer, Chris Lamothe, M 
Dubreuil, Matt Soper, Ricky Harrison, Miles Nozzolillo, Pat Zepp, Billy Learned, Jason Bonadies, Leo Duplessis. Row 3: Nath 
Brian, Timothy Towle, Michael Ortiz, Dario Trifone, Greg Nikolla, Joseph Jalbert, Edwin Fernandez, Nicholas Garieri, Jeffi 
Morton, Eric Rosario, Nicholas Stoever. Row 4: Nicholas Perry, Michael LaRue, Jason Rondeau, Geraldo Rosario, Rom 
Boudreau, Manny Gonzalez, Anthony Aucoin, Michael Arrastia, Shane Demers, Mario Morales. Row 5: Leo Lambert, Ad* 
Alicea, David Roldan, Steven Lazo, Dallas Nozzolillo, John Dufresne, Danny Beauchamp, Joseph Zuidema, Tyler Petro, Tin 
thy Bachand. Row 6: Coach Hooker, Coach Cournoyer, Coach Phipps. 




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VARSITY FOOTBALL 


SHS 


OPP. 


Uxbridge 


21 


6 


Auburn 


14 


7 


Shepherd Hill 


26 


19 


Tantasqua 


35 


7 


Northbridge 


28 


10 


Grafton 


14 


14 


David Prouty 


7 


17 


Leicester 


27 


13 


Oxford 


40 


15 


Burncoat 


46 


6 


Bartlett 


13 


14 


Wahconah 


12 


30 


OVERALL 




8-3-1 


CONFERENCE 




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Varsity Cheerleaders Row 1: Kara Travinski, Jolene Lamica, Sophy Rodriguez, Lori Chase, Aman- 
da Espino, Karen Gendreau, Liz Perez. Row 2: Jaime Martel, Stephanie LeBlanc, Liz Collazo, Tami 
Cyr, Jessica Lisi, Jesslyn Hapgood. Row 3: Tiffany Leo, Liz Lazo, Ashley Lazo, Coach Kerry Varin, 
Brianna Kemp, Lisa MacGillivray. 




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Boys Varsity Soccer: Row 1- Chris Garieri, Jon Colognesi, Tony Tarintino, Julian Qirko, Mark 
Lammert, Matt Tremblay, Mike Delaney, Adam Bruneau, Paul Caperra, Mike White; Row 2- 
Coach Amphone Ketnouvong, Anousak Savankham, Justin Cournoyer, Jesse Plouffe, Shane 
Zachara, Joe Dubsky, Robbie Southard, Tim Wayne, Erik St.Jean, Scott Bachand, Jon Cournoyer, 
Setsun Visouri. 



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SHS 


OPP. 


Tantasqua 
Shepherd Hill 
Oxford 


4 
4 
1 


6 

5 



Northbridge 


1 


3 


Uxbridge 
Bartlett 


5 
4 


1 
2 


David Prouty 
Grafton 




3 


6 
1 


Leicester 


2 


4 


Millbury 
Quaboag 
Auburn 


2 
1 



1 


1 


Tantasqua 
Shepherd Hill 
Oxford 


1 

2 


1 
1 



Northbridge 


1 


4 


Uxbridge 
Bartlett 


5 
4 






DISTRICTS 






Tahanto 


1 





Assabet 


2 


1 


Algonquin 
OVERALL 11-9-1 


1 


2 


CONFERENCE 6-5-1 








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Girls J V Soccer Team Row 1: Lauren Coderre, Erin Learned, Graces Rodriguez, Cheryl Belanger, 
Allison Anger, Audrey Cardarople. Row 2: Coach Tsongalis, Cara Marucucci, Diana Dingui, Amy 
Young, Trista Iozzo, Gina Franconeri, Lesley Yanka, Lizandra Velez, Allison Pickren, Judy Man- 
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SHS 

1 


OPP. 




Quaboag 
Shepherd Hill 
Bartlett 


2 




2 
5 
4 


Quaboag 
All School 


2 
1 


1 

2 


Woodstock 


1 


4 


Woodstock 





5 


Hyde School 
Tourtellotte 


9 
1 


1 



Shepherd Hill 
Hyde School 
Tourtellotte 



6 



6 


2 


OVERALL 5-7-1 






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Varsity Field Hockey Row 1: Jessica Southard, Pamela Cyr, Amy Carpentier, 
Darcie Lamothe, Michelle Stevens, Namone Khamphavong, Sarah Allain. 
Row 2: Vanessa Vazquez, Leslie Ferguson, Theresa Demers, Jessica Pren- 
diville, Amanda Boiteau, Lauren MacGillivray, Liz Ortiz, Carissa Marcucci, 
Coach Kerry Hagglund. 



Varsity Field Hockey SHS 

Tantasqua 1 

Shepherd Hill 3 

Oxford 3 

Northbridge 

Uxbridge 

David Prouty 

Grafton 5 

Leicester 

Quaboag 

Leicester 2 

Auburn 

Tantasqua 

Shepherd Hill 2 

Oxford 3 

Northbridge 

Uxbridge 

Palmer 

OVERALL 6-11 
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Girls Cross Country Team Row 1: Sherri Sweeney, Kelly Trainor, Pam Mahoney. Row 2: Captain 
Julie Jenkins, Lynda Benvenuti, Christina Cassell, Lyz Desaulniers, Kelli Bayrouti, Coach Henni- 
gan. 



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40 
41 


16 

20 


pjett 


38 


20 


[iter-Marian 


50 


15 


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44 


18 


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50 
20 


15 
45 


Ifcoag 

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Ifeter-Marian 


50 
50 
50 


15 
15 
15 


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50 
50 


15 
15 


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Golf Team Rowl: Ryan Chase, Nathan Bousquet, Troy Baker, Jack Varin, 
Kevin Ethier. Row 2: Coach Frey, Matt Quigley, Jose Vazquez, Jeffrey 
Chamberland, Stephen Staffieri, Coach Dumas. 














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GOLF SHS 


OPP. 


Shepherd Hill 


9 


Uxbridge 3 
Oxford 8 


6 

1 


Millbury 4 
Leicester 5.5 


5 
3.5 


Northbridge 4.5 


4.5 


Northbridge 2.5 


6.5 


Tantasqua 3 
Auburn 4 


6 

5 


Bartlett 7 


2 


David Prouty 7.5 


2.5 


Quaboag 8.5 
Oxford 3.5 


0.5 
5.5 


Shepherd Hill 2 
Uxbridge 4 


7 
5 


Tantasqua 1.5 
Bartlett 9 


7.5 



David Prouty 9 





OVERALL 7-10-1 




CONFERENCE 3- 8-1 






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Us 


Them 


Milbury 


81 


41 


Leicester 


86 


55 


Grafton 


81 


37 


David Prouty 


61 


48 


Auburn 


79 


47 


Bartlett 


74 


56 


Oxford 


69 


53 


Northbridge 


69 


47 


Shepherd Hill 


65 


41 


Tantasqua 


93 


76 


Uxbridge 


66 


61 


Bartlett 


83 


48 


Oxford 


63 


55 


Northbridge 


84 


51 


Shepherd Hill 


82 


46 


Tantasqua 


90 


63 


Uxbridge 


71 


59 


Clark Tournament 


62 




Oakmont 


64 


Overall 17-0 






Conference 12-0 







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Basket Case 




Captains Tiani Beauchamp and Mary Boun 
phasaysonh. 





Girls Varsity Basketball 
Us 



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Milbury 


30 


Leicester 


33 


Grafton 


41 


David Prouty 


40 


Auburn 


36 


N. Brookfield 


63 


Quaboag 


42 


Bartlett 


53 


Oxford 


43 


Northbridge 
Shepherd Hill 


33 


52 


Tantasqua 


42 


Uxbridge 


40 


Bartlett 


54 


Oxford 


43 


Northbridge 
Shepherd Hill 


33 


46 


Tantasqua 


46 


Uxbridge 


51 


Overall 


2-17 


Conference 


0-12 



Girls Varsity Basketball Ro w 1 : Malie Bounphasaysonh, Liz Ortiz, Mary Bounphasaysonh, Tiani 
Beauchamp, Graces Rodriguez, Jessica Lisi. Row 2: Coach Lorraine Gately, Lauren MacGillivray, 
Lauren Trifone, Stephanie Lewis, Dianna Dingui, Lizandra Velez, Coach Liz Monaco. 



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Junior Varsity Boys; Row 1- Tony Aucoin, Mike White, Jesus Suat 
Eric Rosario, Willie Camacho, Dario Trifone; Row 2- David Burris, t 
Reyes, Edwin Fernandez, Jarrod Borey, Angel Andino, Coach Is 
Becker. 




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Boys Tunior Varsity Basketball 





Us 


Them 


Milbury 






Leicester 


45 


54 


Grafton 


69 


53 


David Prouty 


62 


52 


Auburn 


58 


53 


Bartlett 


82 


52 


Oxford 


76 


44 


Northbridge 


56 


52 


Shepherd Hill 






Tantasqua 


55 


77 


Uxbridge 


49 


47 


Bartlett 


64 


74 


Oxford 


61 


52 


Northbridge 


52 


41 


Shepherd Hill 


70 


56 


Tantasqua 


86 


90 


Uxbridge 


51 


49 


Overall 13-4 






Conference 9-3 









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Cls Junior Varsity; Row 1- Carolyn Towle, Gina Fraconeri, Sherri 
Sseney, Katie Alicea; Row 2- Vanessa Shown, Diana Rodriguez, Les- 
li Yanka, Emi Udofia, Desiree Estrada, Rebecca Lyon. 





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Them 


Milbury 
Leicester 


17 
20 


31 
52 


Grafton 


29 


28 


David Prouty 


24 


56 


Auburn 


29 


47 


Bartlett 


12 


35 


Oxford 


21 


50 


Northbridge 


33 


48 


Shepherd Hill 

Tantasqua 

Uxbridge 


17 
23 
14 


55 
58 
28 


Bartlett 


23 


44 


Oxford 


17 


34 


Northbridge 


35 


41 


Shepherd Hill 
Tantasqua 
Uxbridge 
Overall 1-16 


30 
24 
18 


55 
62 
43 


Conference 0-12 







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down the court. 




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They Got Game 




Freshmen Basketball Row 1 : Mike Ortiz, Jay Rosario, Adam Alicea, Tony Tarantino, Jose Vazc 
Nate Brian. Row 2: Coach Eddie Rosario, Tyler Petro, Mario Morales, Donny Beauchamp,, 
Boudreau, Matt Moriarty, Mark Lammert. 




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Cheerleaders Row 1: Natalia Sanchez, Sophy Rodriguez, Jolene Lamica, Liz Perez, Karen Gen- 
dreau. Row 2: Ashly Lazo, Breanna Kemp, Erin Learned, Tami, Cyr, Lisa MacGillivray. 








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Ron 8c Judy 
Ferguson 




CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 1999 

THANK YOU FOR LETTING US HELP YOU 
"CAPTURE THE MEMORIES" THIS PAST 
YEAR' 



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-«* Fiske Hill Plaza 

Sturbridge, MA 01566 
(508) 347-9149 



A SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR DAUGHTER 
and PAST EMPLOYEE LESLIE 

Just Seems Like Yesterday: 





Kindergarten Graduation Senior Portrait 

1987 1999 

We are so proud of you and your accomplishments. Follow your dreams, keep your 
contagious smile and continue to pass on your generous and genuine kindness. 

Love and Hugs, 

Dad, Mom and Scott 
Dear Les: 

What can I say, you have really grown-up and turned out to be a pretty special lady. 
Good Luck in all you do and remember you always have a friend at Village Photo. 

Love, Sue P.S. I Will Miss You! 

Leslie: 

Always remember I never left you stranded when you needed a ride. Good Luck 
in the future. Love, Becky 

Leslie - Congratulations and may your dreams come true 1 Love, Candy 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
SOUTHBRTOGE 
HIGH SCHOOL 



CLASS OF 
1999 




UNITED LENS 
COMPANY 



114 



Best of Luck 

to the 

Class of 

1999 



DONALD J. GENTILE, M. D. 



100 South Street 
Southbridge, MA 



Telephone 
764-6356 



Cartridge Remanufacturer • LaserPrinter Service 
Cannon P. C. Service • We Buy Empty Cartridges 



^ExpeitLase&Services^inc. 



Post Office Box 744 • 100 Foster Street 
Southbridge, MA 01550-0744 



Fax (508) 764-5385 



In Mass. (800) 622-3535 
or (508) 664-1413 



IEW & USED STEEL PRODUCTS 
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 



WELDING SERVICE 
CRANE SERVICE 



D & D WELDING & SALVERAGE CORP. 

146 ASHLAND AVE. 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. 01550 



ALFRED J. DIPIETRO 



BUS. 508-765-5119 
BUS. 508-765-9142 
FAX. 508-764-2648 



ALLSJ&R 

INCENTIVE MARKETING 



Proud to Support the 
Class of 1999 



Cohasse 'Broolt Jlorist 

22 Goddard Street 

Southbridge, MA 01550 

508-764-8843 

1-800-678--0931 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1999 



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l luois 

Building the New America 



Good Luck 
to the 

Class of 1999!! 



£n, /cs r>f^9^ 



ELECTRICALCO IIVC 



651 WORCESTER ST. • SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. 0155 



Good Luck GRADS 



VINCENT E. LAROCHELLE KENNETH P. LAROCHEI 

PRESIDENT AND TREASURER VICE PRESIDENT 

TEL. 508-764-3934 



(508) 764-7922 



FAX (508) 764-32 



Daniel T. Morrill Funeral Home 



PHILIP S. MORRILL 

PATRICK S. MORRILL 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR 



130 HAMILTON STRM 
SOUTHBRIDGE, M 



INCOM 



Congratulations Class of 1999 

INCOM, INC. 
294 Southbridge Road, Charlton, MA 01507 



FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLEJ! 

59 MILL STREET SOUTHBRIDGE 





Marcel's Auto Body 

COMPLETE AUTO BODY REPAIR & REFINISHING 



Marcel Rousseau 

Licensed Apprasier, Lie. #1245 

Mass. Repair Lie. # RS2367 



373 Main Street 

Southbridge, MA 01550 

(508) 765-9661 



Congratulations 
to the 

Class of 1999 



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All Our Best Wishes to the Class of 1999 




Notre Dame Parish 

61 Marcy Street 
Southbridge, MA 



All Our Best Wishes to the Class of 1999 
Para Land Surveying Inc. 

349 Ashland Ave., Rte. 131 
Southbridge, Massachusetts 01550 



UCHARD D. PARA, RLS 
10BERT F. PARA, RLS 



TEL. (598)764-6681 
FAX (508) 764-8589 



McDonald's salutes 
the Class of '99 




©7 996 McDonald's Corporation 



You did it! You made the grade. Got 

the diploma. Graduated. We'd like to 

offer congratulations 

from all our friends at 

McDonald's, who are 

proud to be there 

when you wer 

hungry for a little Have you had 

more than your break today?. 

knowledge. 




Advertising • 117 



Italian food is 
our speciality. 

We offer a 

large variety 

of homemade 

Italian specialities. 

Plus all of the favorite 

American Dishes. 




Wednesday Night 

Smorgasbord 

5:00 pm -9:00 pm 

Thursday 

Luncheon Buffet 

11:30 am -2:00 



"Where the Locals Eat" 
Route 131 • Sturbridge • 508-347-3347 

Congratulations 

Class of 1999 

Wishing You the Best of Luck 



Congratulations 
graduates! 



stay as sharp 
as you are... 





HARRINGTON 
# CUTLERY, inc 

4« mven it. 

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LIM'S 

EWER 

ERVICE 



Septic Tanks and Cesspools 
Cleaned & Repaired 



Jimmy LeBlanc 
Bus. (508) 764-2085 
3arage (508) 765-1138 



P. O. Box 908 
Southbridge, MA 01550 



509 Main St., Route 20 
Sturbridge, MA 01566 

GOOD 

LUCK 

SENIORS!! 



(598)347-7181 



SOLD 



COLDWELL 
BANKER 



Town & Country 
Reality 



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Patrick McGlone 

Southbridge 
Overhead Door Co. 
154 Central Street 
Southbridge, MA 01550 
508/765-5551 




Video Dimensions 



\uthorized Distributor of 
Sectional Overhead Doors 
tolling Steel Doors 
ilectric Openers 



THclOTfERY 



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293 Main Street • Southbridge, MA • (508) 764-4906 



Joseph A. Veneziano, M. D. 

Orthopedic Surgeon - Board Certified 

• Arthritic Joint Surgery 

• Pediatric Orthopedics 

• Sports Medicine 

• Arthroscopic Surgery 




ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF 
SO WORCESTER COUNTRY PC 

508 764-2587 

46 Oaks Ave. 
Southbridge 




All Breeds Boarded 
- Planned Breeding For Quality 



RAMA KENNELS 

RAY & MARGE ST. JEAN 

265 DUDLEY RIVER ROAD TEL. 508-764-4417 

SOUTHBRIDGE, MA 01550 



Airdales 



Dog Grooming 



<DezueyJ. "TiSerii <DMD 

Orthodontics for Children and adults 

39 "Elm Street, Suite 9 - Southbridge, <MlA 01550-2644 

(508)765-2818 Ja^(508)7 65-2818 




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TEL. (598) 765-3241 



FAX (508) 765-1697 



A & M TOOL & DIE CO., INC 



SPECIALITY MACHINERY 

JIGS - FIXTURES - SPECIAL MOLDS 

DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURES 

TOOL -DIES 



64 MILLSTREET 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA 01550 



D. B. Cotton 

185 Guelphwood Road 

Southbridge, MA 

508-764-2583 or 1-800-548-2999 

Fax 1-765-5278 

Industrial Supplies - Electrical Motors 

Mobile Crane Service - Rigging 

All Kinds of Steel Products 




(508) 764-304 






COOP'S SCOOPS, INC 



"THE BEST SCOOP IN TOWN" 



204 WORCESTER STREET 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA 01550 



RON COOP 
ELAINE COOP 



BONIFACE TOOL & DIE, INC. 

1 North Street 

P. O. Box 249 

Southbridge, MA 01 550 



Michael V. Caplette 



ATTORNEY AT LAW 



OFFICE: 508-765-0855 



THREE BOWLEN AVI' 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA 01 



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Menard's Glass 



220 Mechanic Street 
Southbridge, MA 01550 



1-800-292-6513 
1-508-764-2773 




PLAZA USED AUTO PARTS 

USED CARS 



DAVID PETRILLO 
Owner 



345 East Main Street 
Southbridge, MA 01550 






Master License 
#10937 




Ken Julien 



"Over 25 Years in Supplying 
Plumbing Repairs & Service" 



183 West Street 
Southbridge, MA 



764-8293 



Ideal Driving School 

335 Main Street 

P. O. Box 116 

Southbridge, MA 

Ray Petrelli 

(598) 764-8283 




McGrath/Burnham Group 
Insurance & Risk Management 




Richard A. McGrath, CIC, LIA 

President & Chief Executive Officer 

328 Main Street 

Southbridge, MAssachusetts 01550 

508-764-3400 

1-800-342-3859 

FAX 508-764-3434 



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Montague & Desautels 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 

334 MAIN STREET 

POST OFFICE BOX 428 

SOUHBRIDGE, MA 01550 

MICHAEL J. COLOGNESI 

TELEPHONE (508) 

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SOUTHBRIDGE 764-3244 

CLEMENT DESAUTELS 

SPENCER 885-3226 

DIANE C. DESAUTELS 

OXFORD 987-1958 
EDMOND A. NEAL 



Ruben's 
Transportation 



would like to congratulate th< 



the Class of 



1999! 



We can help you turn this 



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Shaw's Supermarkets, Inc. 

Rt. 131 Sturbridge, MA 

347-3003 



and this 




Tels. (508) 764-8814 
1-800-722-8814 



Fax(508) 764-68t> 
Res. (508) 765-922 



Southbridge 

CREDIT UNION 

205 Main Street Southbridge • 508-765-5454 
Southbridge High School • 508 764-2009 



^rafian (Bros.; Inc. 

SOMWBA CERTIFIED WBE AND DBE 
GYPSUM PRODUCTS & MASONS SUPPLIES 



MARGARET FARRAND 
CEO 



570 South Street 
Southbridge, MA 01 550- 



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David R. Gagnon 
Vice-President of Operations 




Arland Tool & Manufacturing, Inc 



P. 0. Box 207 
Phone 508-347-3368 
sales@arland.com 



421 Main Street Sturbridge, 



MA 01566-0207 

Fax 508-347-2986 

http:/www. arland. com 



I Best Wishes to 
I the Class of 
1999 

Alexander's Golden Greek 



salon east 



409 E. MAIN STREET 

SOUITHBRIDGE, MA 01550 

(508)764-8155 



Graduation... 

a turning point 
in a person's life... 

Congratulations 

Southbridge High School 

Class of 1999!! 

DUNKIN DONUTS 

Southbridge 



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To my Class: 

It has indeed been an honor to accompany you on your journey through high school. The 
years we spent together will remain with me always and I will miss each and every one of you. As 
you know, as of this writing, I have no children of my own I would like to thank you and your 
parents for allowing me to share in your upbringing as I could not be more proud of so many of 
you if you were my own I will reflect after you are gone of so much of the life we have shared 
together What immediately comes to mind are all the flights we have had in the airplane, the 
soaking car washes, all the painting on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, the way you all came 
together as one and the energy you displayed in rehearsal for the skit senior year, chasing meteors 
in the rain in the wee hours of the morning, searching for the space shuttle in the eastern sky, the 
construction and dismantling of the dunk tank at family fun day, our morning meetings and the 
bonding and style you displayed during them, all the success during class competitions at rallys 
and the dignified way yo» chose to conduct yourselves, the magic you created during Halloween 
decorating, the dedication and help provided at concessions, our pizza parties during paint night 
and the eating challenges conducted, the elegance of your prom and the Cinderella story so many 
of you brought to life during the evening, the affection with which L-Train and Lane-dog were 
created and used, the cooperation when the fun needed to stop and class needed to begin, your 
enthusiasm and dancing during the senior dinner cruise, your excitement, stamina, and drive at 
Disney World, and, most of all, watching all of you become the finest young adults during the 
final times of our experience together in high school. I am so completely impressed with all of 
you. 

Please promise that graduation will not be a good bye, but simply a change in a 
relationship that will hopefully continue throughout our lives My life will always welcome you to 
be in it I remain ready to help in any way possible and sincerely wish all of you, all the best life 
can offer. You have earned it! 

With all my love and best wishes, 

Your Advisor, Ray Lehner 



Congratulations to the Class of 1999 




From the Class of 2000 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1999 




From the Class of 2001 




From the Class of 2002 



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SOPHY AND ANGEL 

"He who studies and works hard succeeds in life" 

We are very proud to have such wonderful children that have succeeded in 
some ways such as being excellent students, good athletes, always willing to 

participate in school activities and holding down a job. We wish you both 

the best of luck with your future goals and we hope that one day you'll be as 

proud of your children as we are proud of yoa 

MAY GOD BLESS YOU BOTH. 



LOVE ALWAYS 

MOM & DAD 






Dear Matt & Steve, 

It's hard to believe that all these years have 
passed. We are so proud of both of you. We've 
enjoyed watching you grow and mature. First, 
we tried to give you roots and now 
it's time to give you wings. 

Remember: 

"All that you send into the lives of 
others comes back into your own." 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



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We Accept All Major Credit Cards 



American Gem Society 
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Company Inc. 

34 Newman Ave. 

Southbridge, MA 01550 

(508) 764-3178 

Robert Vincent 

Plumbing and Heating-Installation! 



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Certified Auto Repair 
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Southbridge 

Evening News 

would like to 

congratulate 

the 

Class of 
1999 




Shane, 

Watching you grow up from a little boy to the fine 
adult you have become, has given our lives so much 
more meaning and wanting only the best life has to, 
offer you. May you have the wisdom to make all the 
right decisions in your life and the courage to face a 
challenging world. 



Good Luck, 

Mom, Dad, and Christy 



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503 East Main Street 
Southbridge, MA 01550 

Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1999 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND BEST WISHES 

TO THE CLASS OF 1999 



SOUTHBRIDGE 

EDUCATION 
ASSOCIATION 




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Dear Kaitlyn, 

From the first day of school till now, we 
loved your growth; your personality; 
and your drive you! There is nothing 
that you can accomplish that will sur- 
prise us. But there is everything that 
you will attain that will make us proud. 

Proudly and with love, 
Mom & Dad 






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Adam, 

You truly arc the greatest son any parents could ask for. 
You haw tavea us true joy watching you grow through the years. 
We are SO proud of you. Wherever you go., or whatever life brings 
your way, we know that you will succeed. 

Much Love, 
Mom, Dad & Kara 






Peter, 

It seems like just yesterday you were a little 
boy bursting with curiosity and glowing with 
promise. 

But now you are grown with many 
accomplishments to look back on and a whole world 
of exciting possibilities to look forward to. 

Our wish for you is to achieve all the success 
and happiness you so well deserve... 



proud ! 



Congratulations, you have made us very 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Brian & Memere 




Alisa, 

The Lord blessed with you to love and cherish. Every day we still give 
thanks to the Lord for you. 

We pray that the Lord bless and watch over you. That all your dreams 
come true. That successes and happiness follow you in all that you do. 
Remember your faith in God, the love of your family, and true friends. 
Because they are, and should be, the foundation of you support. 

We love you and are very proud of you. 

Love 
Dad 
P.S. Anni e didn't do this, you did and your one smooth cookie. 





A pretty young girl born in Italy 18 
years ago, came to Southbridge for he 
senior year of high school. 



Elisa, we are so proud 
of you! Thank you for 
sharing this year with 
all of us. A wonderful 
year ends here, but not 
in our memories. Your 
warm smile, wonderful 
laughter and clowning 



ways will be surely missed. As your American 
Host Family, we wish you love and peace on your 
journey through life. 

Love Always and Forever, 

Bob and Diana 



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Our best wishes to our little boy, who is not so little any more! 
We want to remind you that we love you very much and that we 
are very proud of you and all you have accomplished. 
May God bless you always and may all your plans and dreams 
come to reality. 

jTe queremos mucho! 

Dad, Mom, Marcos and Christina 
Brandy, too!! 





Lauren, 

When a child is born, family and friends have all kinds of expectations for that 
child. You have lived up to all those expectations and more. You've grown into a 
beautiful young woman, both inside and out. We want you to know how much we love 
you and how proud we are of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Lisa 



Congratulations! 

Class of 
1999 



BUSINES S 
SERVICE 



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Downtown Southbridge 

764-G392- 1-800-451-5114 




Lean against a tree 

and dream your world of dreams 

Work hard at what you like to do 

and try to overcome all obstacles 

Laugh at your mistakes 

and praise yourself for learning from them. . 

As you go through life 

my beautiful daughter 

pick some flowers 

and appreciate the beauty of nature 

Be honest with people 

and enjoy the good in them 

Don't be afraid to show your emotions 

Laughing and crying make you feel better 

Love your friends and family 

with your entire being 
They are the most important part of your life 
Feel the calmness on a quiet sunny day 
and plan what you want to accomplish in life 
Find a rainbow 
and live your 
world of dreams 
I love you 

- Susan Polis Schutz 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 





CONGRATULATIONS../ 




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STURBRIDGE, MA 01566 

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Southbridge Radiator Co., Inc. 

154 Central Street 
Southbridge, MA 01550 



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Southbridge, MA 01550 



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All our best wishes to the Class of 1999 

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Row 1: Eric Matta, David Rios, Andy Lamica, Jose Soto, Adam Travinski Row 2: Samantha Baker, 

Nomone Khonphawong, Sophy Rodriguez, Justin Cournoyer, Advisor: Mrs. Costeuo Row 3: Jon 

Cournoyer, Peter Lorgevin, Jess Plouffe, Stephen Staffieri, Jon Parent, Matt Staffieri 



Congratulations and Good Luck! 
-SHS Student Council 



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A part of 

Southbridge's history 

since 1940 




MARTEL 
CLEANERS 

142 Hamilton Street 764-8232 



Catering to all 

your transportation needs 

since 1950 




When it comes to your 

BUSINESS 

We'll make it our 
BUSINESS 

SOUTHBRIDGE 
LIVERY SERVICE 

142 Hamilton St. 764-2125 Southbridee 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 

1999! 

Ink Slinger 
Express 

28 Sandersdale Road 
Southbridge, MA 01550 

508-764-2380 



Lois A. Dunlop Karen J. Bee 

LOREN'S 

Bridal & Tuxedo 




454 Main Street 
Sturbridge, MA 01566 (508)347-5221 

Congratulations to the Graduates! 



Morse Lumber also 
contributed to the 

success of the 

Southbridge High 

Yearbook. 



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BIG BUNNY MARKET, INC 
942 WEST MAIN STREET 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA 01550 
TEL. (508)765-9419 
FAX (508) 765-0160 



Congratulations Class of 1999 



Janet Rizner 
Sophy Rodriguez 
Amy Carpentier 
Vanessa Vasquez 
Jessica Southard 
David Rios 



Angel Rodriguez 
Toby Power 
Jesse Plouffe 
Miles NozzoHHo 
Tim Wayne 
Jared Espino 
RyanChoquet 



Jonathan Cournoyer 
EricMatta 

Namone Khamphavong 
Justin Cournoyer 
Melissa Vasquez 
Latroy Gaines 



Southbridge Band Parents 
Congratulations and Best Wishes, 






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Row 1: Kaitlyn Spinelli, Lynda Benvewti, Samantha 

Baker, Javier Ortiz Row 2: Amy Carpentier, Allison 

Pickren, Vanessa Vazquez, Peter Languevin 



Class of 1999 Band Members! 




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congratulation's to the Class of 1999! 



inally Lisa's 






Congratulations and Best of Luck 
to my friends in The Class of 1999! 
Sherri Sweeney 



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Colophon 



It's ShowTime, volume 37 of the Musket, was published by the fifteen member staff of the 
Southbridge High School Yearbook Committee. 230 copies were printed by Jostens Printing and 
Publishing of Topeka, Kansas with Mr. Matthew Fenn as the area representative. The 144 pages 
of the 1999 edition were printed on recycled paper. The cover is a Lithograph designed by Jostens. 
The Southbridge High School Graphics department designed the advertisement pages. The prin- 
cipal designers were Mr. John Soldani, Kaitlyn Spinelli, Julie Jenkins, and Karen Gendreau. Vil- 
lage Photo, Studio One, Southbridge Photo, and Les Gardner took senior portraits; Life Touch 
Studios took underclassmen portraits. The principal Photography Company was Village Photo. 
The cost of the yearbook was $35, and with the addition of name stamping, $40. Work on It's 
SAowTime began in June 1998 and lasted through June 1999. 



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